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The refit extended her expected service life which could be up until 2038.
Expected service life of the satellite is 15 years.
In government systems, equipment may be replaced based on budgeting rather than any plan or expected service life.
Pavements are designed for an expected service life or design life.
The pipeline has an expected service life of 10 years given anticipated declines in oil flows from the state.
Expected service life of up to 15 years, after which time oxidisation may act as a breakdown mechanism.
Lighting equivalent to a 25 watt light bulb with an expected service life greater than five years.
A move can take several weeks and consumes fuel which will shorten the satellite's expected service life.
The cost of funding pensions is charged over expected service lives based upon actuarial advice.
In contrast, the Hurricanes were patched up and cannibalised beyond their expected service life.
The expected service life of a Stobie pole is predicted to be in excess of 80 years.
Expected service life is 300 cycles.
Expected service life consists of business policy, using tools and calculations from maintainability and reliability analysis.
The value of the engine order reflects the expected service life of the planes, Rolls-Royce said.
Built in an era when a wooden ship had an expected service life of ten to fifteen years, Constitution was now thirty-one years old.
The refund may therefore be spread over the remaining expected service lives of current employees who are members and set against the regular cost for those years.
The sarcophagus has gone past its expected service life and work has begun to build an enormous shelter that will be rolled over the reactor building.
The challenges for the Toronto-based company are to double the HRA's current expected service life and to make it more affordable.
Manufacturers recommend storage of zinc-carbon batteries at room temperature; storage at higher temperatures reduces the expected service life.
It can be added as a co-dopant with yttria in the zirconia ceramic top coat, without a large decrease in expected service life of the coating.
Its mission-critical focus is on effective sustainment of the fleet to ensure mission requirements are met, and the expected service life of the vessels is attained.
The UK 1942 Design Light Fleet Carrier was designed for building quickly by civilian shipyards and with an expected service life of about 3 years.
The safe SCMs content depends on the reactivity level of the aggregate, the type of structure and its exposure conditions and its expected service life.
Over the expected service life of a machine, certain parts are subject to wear patterns that eventually compromise the integrity and ability for a sewing machine to function at peak efficiency.
The basic premise of infrastructure asset management is to intervene at strategic points in an asset's normal life cycle to extend the expected service life, and thereby maintain its performance.
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