An example equivalent power
system comprised of a generator, actuator, and a pulse load is shown in Figure 7.
02-based combined-cycle power plant is expected to be one of the most efficient facilities in Connecticut, capable of running nearly 8,000 hours per year with lower emissions while providing the equivalent power
needed to supply nearly 500,000 U.
It costs PS40million a year to keep it connected, while an equivalent power
station in the south of England would receive a payment of PS4million.
The project will put more than 250 MW on the Tunisian grid, the equivalent power
needed to supply more than 1.
Each gas turbine can deliver around 30MW, totaling approximately 180MW, and will be able to provide the equivalent power
needed to supply nearly 70,000 Saudi homes.
Together, Haveli, Balloki and Bhikki combined-cycle power plants will be able to provide the equivalent power
needed to supply nearly 20 million Pakistani homes, which can fulfill more than 65 percent of the power shortage in Pakistan.
The 1,390 MW combined cycle plant will provide the equivalent power
needed to supply more than 500,000 Saudi homes, said GE in a statement.
The 1,390 MW combined cycle plant will be able to provide the equivalent power
needed to supply more than 500,000 Saudi homes.
A week earlier a raid on a Moscow apartment yielded an explosive device with the equivalent power
of five kilograms of TNT and resulted in the arrest of between six to eleven Russian citizens.
The landmark project, the 'Green Duba' Integrated Solar Combined Cycle Plant, will be built in the north-western part of Saudi Arabia, along the Red Sea coast, and has the capacity to generate the equivalent power
needed to supply approximately 600,000 homes for a year.
Nothing to worry the leaders like Ford's Focus or VW's Golf with equivalent power
units, though, but more than adequate for punters wanting decent, all-round performance with low running costs.
For the equivalent power
system with switching operations as (11), it is more suitable to represent it with the switching generalized Hamiltonian systems.