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line production


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line production

line production

Near-infrared spectra of Seyfert galaxies and line production mechanisms

Erratum: On the efficiency of production of the Fe Kα emission line in neutral matter

On the efficiency of production of the Fe Kα emission line in neutral matter

Convective treatments with on-line production of replacement fluid: a clinical experience lasting 6 years.

Production of fat-1 transgenic rats using a post-natal female germline stem cell line

Cellular interleukin‐1 receptor antagonist production in patients receiving on‐line haemodiafiltration therapy

The continuing saga of Sakurai's object (V4334 Sgr): dust production and helium line emission

Production characteristics of Hy-Line W36 laying hens hatched from white and tinted eggs

Inheritance of Breast Muscle Morphology in a Line of Turkeys Selected for Increased Egg Production, Its Randombred Control Line, and Reciprocal Crosses Between Them 1

The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow. Prod. by Richard Wormser. Quest Productions, VideoLine Productions, and Thirteen/WNET New York, 2002. 4 parts, 56 mins. each

Effect of Alloiococcus otitidis and three pathogens of otitis media in production of interleukin-12 by human monocyte cell line

Electron–positron pair production near the Galactic Centre and the 511 keV emission line

Gaseous Nitrogen Oxide Promotes Human Lung Cancer Cell Line A549 Migration, Invasion, and Metastasis via iNOS-Mediated MMP-2 Production

Interleukin-6 production induced by leptin treatment promotes cell proliferation in an Apc (Min/+) colon epithelial cell line

Induction of prostaglandin E2 production by leukemia inhibitory factor promotes migration of first trimester extravillous trophoblast cell line, HTR-8/SVneo

Helicobacter pylori induces IL-1β and IL-18 production in human monocytic cell line through activation of NLRP3 inflammasome via ROS signaling pathway

CXCL13 production by an established lymph node stromal cell line via lymphotoxin-beta receptor engagement involves the cooperation of multiple signaling pathways

 

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A type of process in which high volumes of identical, or very similar, products are made in a set sequence of operations. It involves high capital expenditure and depends on efficient plant layouts and procedures, as well as good product design to minimize unit costs. The levels of skill required are not usually high. In recent years a number of organizations have experimented with systems that trade off the benefits of full line production in exchange for the increased levels of motivation following from giving staff more ownership of the product, e.g. through cellular layout. The introduction of computerized control systems has enabled some manufacturers to produce apparently unique products without losing the benefits of the line process. For example, some Japanese car manufacturers have put together a relatively small range of standard components, trims, finishes, etc., to the customer's specification, which enables them to claim that no two of their cars are identical.

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