When the probability distribution of the inspection safety margin
H by Eq (18) is close to the normal distribution, the survival probability of considered particular members may be defined as:
The statistics of additional variables of beam safety margin
By using the smallest lane width, we obtained the most conservative safety margins
Casting appearance, quality and feed safety margin
were improved, and significant cost savings were realized as casting yield was improved by 11%.
At this stage, a safety margin
of 10 percent can be suggested, which means that a placement offset of [+ or -] 40 percent off-pad can be recommended.
Ordinarily, regulatory agencies impose a safety margin
when setting guidelines for exposures to toxic substances.
A spokesman said: "There is a massive safety margin
with the bridge.
What really counts for a therapy with this kind of safety margin
is whether a seriously ill patient feels relief as a result of the intervention, not whether a controlled trial `proves' its efficacy,'' Kassirer writes.
The variations that many foundries have taken for granted not only mean unnecessary scrap but also that a high safety margin
must be used in gating and risering systems, resulting in low yield.
Recent in vitro results indicate that coadministration of alovudine and zidovudine increases the safety margin
and leads to a synergistic effect against HIV.
But University of Tokyo's Dr Katsufumi Sato said they "would not have a safety margin
to fly in bad weather".
The higher operating junction temperature provides an increased safety margin
under real-world conditions and a doubling of the safety margin
for a true junction temperature of 125 degrees C.