ramp-up time

From Termhotel.com
Distinction between start-up and ramp-up
The time it takes something (e.g. a machine) to reach it's operating/set speed.


  • ramp-up time
  • ramp up time


  • ramp up-tijd
  • aanlooptijd (bij machines; zie ook: ramp-down time = uitlooptijd)

Examples of usage

  • The production of a new item generally shows a ramp-up period during which the productivity and the output rate increase until reaching steady state (serial production).
  • In a nutshell, sales ramp up time is the time it takes to from the day a new seller is hired until the day they reach full productivity.
  • Sales ramp-up time is the amount of time it takes a new salesperson to complete training and reach full productivity. Often, it includes initial product training, sales coaching, and a deep dive into the sales cycle and related processes. HubSpot reports that it takes new reps an average of 3.2 months to fully ramp.
  • The ramp-up period tells JMeter how long to take to "ramp-up" to the full number of threads chosen. If 10 threads are used, and the ramp-up period is 100 seconds, then JMeter will take 100 seconds to get all 10 threads up and running.
  • Een belangrijk kenmerk van een clouddienst is het snel kunnen inspelen op wisselende klantvraagvolumes - aangeduid met de term “rapid elasticity”. Het gaat hierbij om de aanlooptijd (ramp-up time) om een nieuwe dienst operationeel te krijgen.

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If context is machines

  • ramp-up time = aanlooptijd
  • ramp-down time = uitlooptijd