UOP's technology has been modified for use in a floating service environment to minimize plot size, weight and cost, while improving reliability, resistance to rocking motion and expanding the operating envelope.
What does OE stand for?
OE stands for Operating Envelope (OMS term)
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We have 23 other meanings of OE in our Acronym Attic
- Old Ellesmerian (club; UK)
- Old English
- Old Etonian (Eton College)
- On Examination (clinical notes)
- Open Embedded (computing)
- Open End
- Open Enrollment
- Open Entries
- Operaciones Especiales (Spanish: Special Operations)
- Operating Engineer
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Project Benefits: This project will address generation instability issues under outage conditions, provide a wider operating envelope for the local transmission system and the interconnected generators by permitting generating unit operation at unity power factor or under-excited conditions, provide improved maintenance and operations flexibility during planned or unplanned transmission outage conditions by tying together critical transmission elements in strategic locations, and relieve loading under base and contingency conditions on the existing 138 kV and 345 kV transmission lines running from Fox Valley area to the south by providing an additional 345 kV transmission outlet.
This would achieve increases in the operating envelope of the compressor.
The APS 5000 APU is reportedly rated at 1,100 shaft horsepower and is designed to start and function throughout the full range of the 787 operating envelope up to 43,000 feet.
Its operating envelope is from 5[degrees]C to 43[degrees]C and humidities from 20 to 85 per cent.
Since the V-22 program's return to flight, the Osprey has gone through exhaustive developmental testing, highlighted by two at-sea periods and a battery of high rate of descent tests that clearly defined the airplane's robust operating envelope and led to Tom Macdonald, the chief corporate test pilot, receiving the Society of Experimental Test Pilot's prestigious Iven C.
This combination, it's claimed, provides an operating envelope with an effective three degrees of freedom that matches the functionality of conventional CNC machines that have orthogonal kinematics with up to five axes.
Deciding where and how to mount a particular device is complicated by conflicting real-estate claims and integration issues associated with operating envelopes of other devices.