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inoperable

(Impracticable), adjective undoable, unworkable

inoperable

(Incurable), adjective cureless, hopeless, immedicable, remediless
See also: impracticable
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PSCP steering committee members will continue to discuss the issue of operability at their fall meeting in September.
Together, we can provide a product and service offering to the process industry that delivers complete solutions around process safety, operability and reliability.
Performance and operability explains important aspects of gas turbine performance such as performance deterioration, service life and engine emissions.
Total quantity or scope: Total maintain the operability main roads of the city, on the whole length of 325 meters and ca 619 2 547 039 m2, including
Expertise required under this contract serves three purposes: to give a notice in terms of operability and maintainability on the technical studies submitted by the prime contractor in phase diagram and before project (the project part of the conditional phase) to ensure that the infrastructure is designed to be usable in parallel tasks assigned to whom the f
With its improved operability and promptness, the FOBITWAKO helps smoothly conduct fecal occult blood tests for hemorrhagic digestive diseases at large-scale hospitals.
For example, during the operability phase of the flight test program, the GE90 has already demonstrated specific fuel consumption levels that meet specification, and has shown excellent operability characteristics throughout the entire flight envelope.
VIASYS technical support can also assume control of the system from a remote location to manage and manipulate the system's functionality and operability.
Customer service and support lies in the activities necessary to ensure the operability of a device management technology infrastructure COSMC to ensure reliable and safe operation with a view to achieving high availability and rapid restoration of full operability in case of technical failure.
Further, the prototype uses a newly developed remote operation cockpit that enables it to autonomously balance, achieving improved operability.