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What does RL stand for?

RL stands for Residual Life

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  • Information technology (IT) and computers
  • Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
  • Business, finance, etc.

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Zabetakis says that Doble has noticed a particular need for rotating machine condition assessment, including residual life analysis, as a crucial means to maintain and upkeep high-value power assets.
He covers the temperature field in welding, welding stresses and strains, the load-carrying capacity of welded structures, diagnostics and prediction of the residual life of welded structures, acoustic emission techniques for the analysis of welded structures, and numerical technical and tests for welded structures.
The property should also have a residual life of at least 20 years in case of a single borrower and 25 years in case of joint borrowers, where the spouse in less than 60 years.
period) signifies an end seems a, (comma) would be more appropriate merely a pause or a; (semicolon) there's always more better yet leave it open interpretation dominates regardless of rules format and intent for even in clear defined ends there is still space movement memories residual life breeds breaths develops continues on its own in a plane of no such thing as control See the Johnny-jump-ups you thought were gone writing about them you ended with a .
Ebrahimi [7] defined the uncertainty of residual life time distribution H(X; t) by truncating the distributions below some point t, of a component as [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (3) where R(t) is the survival function and [r.
They design bridges, viaducts, tunnels and culverts, carry out their major inspections, identify degradation extent, load-carrying capacity and residual life of road structures.