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TW\Twglossary\Domain\Model\Glossaryprototypepersistent entity (uid=125, pid=118)
   headline => protected'Waiting period' (14 chars)
   subheadline => protected'Waiting period in case of lifts' (31 chars)
   title => protected'Waiting period' (14 chars)
   description => protected'<div>Average time before a passenger is picked up by a cabin, after a cabin 
      has just left.</div>
' (98 chars) related => protectedTW\Twglossary\Domain\Model\Glossaryprototypepersistent entity (uid=35, pid=118) headline => protected'Conveyor capacity' (17 chars) subheadline => protected'What is meant by conveyor capacity?' (35 chars) title => protected'Conveyor capacity' (17 chars) description => protected'The planning of size and number of lifts pertaining to a certain project is
         based on several criteria: <ul><li>The period of revolution specifies the
          time it takes for the elevator to return to its starting point (e.g. ground
         -floor to 5th floor to ground-floor).</li><li>The average waiting period is
         an indicator for the time it takes the elevator to arrive at a stop and pick
          up a waiting passenger.</li><li>The 5-minute-performance (HC5) shows the nu
         mber of people that can be transported by the lift(s) within 5 minutes.</li>
         </ul> &nbsp;Lift systems that are meant for small and mid-sized buildings
          can be planned by means of the FEM diagram.
' (652 chars) related => protectedNULL uid => protected35 (integer) _localizedUid => protected160 (integer)modified _languageUid => protected3 (integer)modified _versionedUid => protected35 (integer)modified pid => protected118 (integer)
uid => protected125 (integer) _localizedUid => protected248 (integer)modified _languageUid => protected3 (integer)modified _versionedUid => protected125 (integer)modified pid => protected118 (integer)

Waiting period

Waiting period in case of lifts

Average time before a passenger is picked up by a cabin, after a cabin has just left.

see also : Conveyor capacity

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