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  • 1 batch production — ➔ production * * * batch production UK US noun [U] ► PRODUCTION a manufacturing process in which items or products are produced in batches (= groups): »In batch production, various operations are performed on a batch of products, before moving on …

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  • 2 Batch — may refer to:* Batch (album), an album by Big Drill Car * Batch (alcohol) * batch (Unix), a command to queue jobs for later execution * Batch file * Bach (New Zealand), a holiday home (pronounced batch ) * Batch (bread roll), Other topics related …

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  • 3 Production leveling — Production leveling, also known as production smoothing or – by its Japanese original term – heijunka (平準化?),[1] is a technique for reducing the muda waste and vital to the development of production efficiency in the Toyota Production System and… …

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  • 4 Batch distillation — Batch distillationcite book|author=Kister, Henry Z.|title= Distillation Design|edition=1st Edition |publisher=McGraw Hill|year=1992|id=ISBN 0 07 034909 6] refers to the use of distillation in batches, meaning that a mixture is distilled to… …

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  • 5 batch production — noun A type of production in which identical items are manufactured and processed in groups rather than singly • • • Main Entry: ↑batch …

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  • 6 Batch oven — Batch ovens are a type of furnace used for thermal processing. They are used in numerous production and laboratory applications, including curing, drying, sterilizing, aging, and other process critical applications. Sizes can vary depending on… …

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  • 7 batch costing — ➔ costing * * * batch costing UK US noun [U] ► ACCOUNTING, PRODUCTION the fact of stating the price of a product as based on the cost of producing a batch of the product, rather than on the cost of producing a single item: »Batch costing is… …

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  • 8 Batch process — may refer to:* Batch processing (computing) * Batch production (manufacturing) …

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  • 9 Batch production — The primary characteristic of batch production is that all components are completed at a workstation before they move to the next one. Batch production is popular in bakeries and in the manufacture of sports shoes, pharmaceutical ingredients,… …

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  • 10 production system — ▪ industrial engineering Introduction       any of the methods used in industry to create goods and services from various resources. Underlying principles       All production systems, when viewed at the most abstract level, might be said to be… …

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  • 11 production — In the context of project financing, a defined portion of the proceeds of production up to a dollar amount. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * production pro‧duc‧tion [prəˈdʌkʆn] noun 1. [uncountable] MANUFACTURING the process of making or… …

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  • 12 batch — A measure of production often used if the individual units of production are small or homogeneous. In this case the costs of production are best expressed per batch, by combining a specified number of units together to form a batch. This method… …

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  • 13 batch production — A manufacturing process in which medium to high volumes of similar items are made in batches, rather than continuously, with the product moving from process to process in batches. The key to batch production is the careful scheduling of work to… …

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  • 14 Batch-Level Activities — In managerial accounting, production costs that are incurred only when a new batch is processed. These costs might include things like set up time, moving materials and loading machines. For these costs, it does not matter how many units are… …

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  • 15 batch costing — A form of costing in which the unit costs are expressed on the basis of a batch produced. This is particularly appropriate where the cost per unit of production would result in an infinitesimal unit cost and where homogeneous units of production… …

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  • 16 batch — 1. noun /bætʃ/ a) The quantity of bread or other baked goods baked at one time. We made a batch of cookies to take to the party. b) A quantity of anything produced at one operation. We poured a bucket of water in top, and the ice maker spit out a …

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  • 17 batch costing — A form of costing in which the unit costs are expressed on the basis of a batch produced. This is particularly appropriate where the cost per unit of production would result in an infinitesimal unit cost and where homogeneous units of production… …

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  • 18 batch — n. & v. n. 1 a number of things or persons forming a group or dealt with together. 2 an instalment (have sent off the latest batch). 3 the loaves produced at one baking. 4 (attrib.) using or dealt with in batches, not as a continuous flow (batch… …

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  • 19 batch costing — /ˈbætʃ kɒstɪŋ/ (say bach kosting) noun Commerce a form of job costing in which a convenient unit or quantity of production is treated as a batch or job …

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  • 20 batch processing technique — grupinis apdorojimo būdas statusas T sritis radioelektronika atitikmenys: angl. batch processing technique vok. Gruppenfertigungstechnik, f; Serienfertigungstechnik, f rus. групповой способ обработки, m pranc. production en série, f …

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