Definitions

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  • adj. Not paced; without a set speed.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ paced

Examples

  • » A line where individual workers are free to work at different speeds, passing the partly-assembled parts on to the next station, is called 'unpaced'.

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  • Last year Robert (The Younger) Cheruiyot chopped a minute and 22 seconds off Robert (The Elder) Cheruiyot's course record in the fastest time (2:05:52) ever run on a non-flat course in an unpaced race.

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  • Let's look in more detail at how the performance of unpaced production lines can be improved.

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  • As each part of the assembly process normally requires a different average length of time to complete, unpaced production lines are generally 'unbalanced'.

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  • 1984 - Greatest unpaced 1-hr bicycle distance, F Moser (Italy), 51.15 km

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