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open-circuit voltage

[′ō·pən ¦sər·kət ′vōl·tij]
(electricity)
The voltage at the terminals of a source when no appreciable current is flowing. Also known as no-load voltage.
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In this work, Stochastics Beam Search (SBS) , Simulated Annealing (SA), Fractional Open Circuit Voltage (FOCV), and Stochastic Hill Climbing (SHC) algorithms have been compared.
Due to the fact that the ideal open circuit voltage of a permanent magnet synchronous generator is proportional to the rotational speed, a direct dependency between the load angle and the rotational speed exists.
We may assume that the initial open circuit voltage [V.
Type (16), in addition to the open circuit voltage, the other parameters and current are nonrelated with soc.
After calculation of the open circuit voltages, the additional sources can be obtained from (15).
STC] is the open circuit voltage of one PV module, and ceil(a) rounds a number to the nearest integer greater than a.
Its features include an increased open circuit voltage, increased short circuit current and a reduction in recombination losses.
With VRD, the operator can select a lower open circuit voltage, which is a safer option for CC-Stick welding in wet or hot, humid sweaty conditions that are high risk for electrical shocks.
The Open Circuit Voltage (OCV) and Short Circuit Current (SCC) of BEDs have been made using graphite and magnesium electrode pair of size-1sq.
PolyFuel also noted that water crossover (EOD) is unchanged from the 62-micron membrane and remains less than one-half of competing fluorocarbon membranes, while methanol crossover at open circuit voltage (OCV) now stands at approximately 57 mA/cm squared -- slightly higher than previous levels, but still "significantly" below that of fluorocarbon membranes.
A maximum open circuit voltage of 80 VDC delivers better starting performance for all welding processes.