available energy


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available energy

[ə′vāl·ə·bəl ′en·ər·jē]
(mechanical engineering)
Energy which can in principle be converted to mechanical work.
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Implementing the multi-objective optimisation to simultaneously minimize a) the fuel consumption and b) the loss of available energy in the air flow during a vehicle acceleration (Using the NSGA-II).
Furthermore, based on a battery degradation model, the conversion of power demand by PE function and PE matrix is applied to establish the relationship between the available energy stored in HESS and the serving life of battery.
Like its predecessor it has a high water soluble carbohydrate content, which provides more readily available energy in the rumen.
If the average EROEI of our energy system falls below a critical threshold, then our society will be at serious risk of collapse, because the governing energy equation is reciprocal: the higher the proportion of our currently available energy supply that we spend on obtaining our future energy supply, the lower the proportion of our currently available energy supply that remains available for everything else that society wants to do with it.
Over 53 percent of the available energy is converted into payload kinetic energy," wrote the authors, Gabriel Weymouth, Vignesh Subramaniam, and Michael Triantafyllou, adding that it was "a performance that exceeds the estimated energy conversion efficiency of fast-starting fish.
The conference will cover the role of energy in supporting investment plans in both the production and service sectors through the participation of a number of businessmen and chairmen of establishments, factories, transport, tourism and real estate companies to outlook those sectors' and companies' plans in expansion and growth, according to the available energy plans for the coming years and how to put forward industrial projects in stimulus packages associated with saving energy price and the impact of the development of the energy pricing equation on the Egyptian industry.
Super blocker ensures slower fat production by discouraging the liver from converting available energy and glucose into fats.
The conference focused on reducing dependence on conventional energy and increasing the use of renewable energy, including solar and wind generated energy, through the use of inexpensive, modern and effective means to benefit from available energy, especially in the case of Middle Eastern countries which enjoy sunshine most of the year, as well as adapting wind energy.
Muscle cells need large amounts of ATP for movement and they use phosphocreatine as a ready and available energy source to make ATP.
So, the CHs are chosen as evenly as possible which can only be achieved if at each round BS is aware of the available energy of each and every node.
They also demanded rationalization of energy policy, so that the potential industries could be benefited from the available energy and contribute to the economic development of the country.
The centre will further work on finding strength of available energy systems.