electric wind

electric wind

[i¦lek·trik ′wind]
(electronics)
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The new season properly gets under way with The Blue Electric Wind performed by members of The Young People's Theatre, their choice for this year's National Theatre Connections youth drama festival.
The system was developed specifically for Mercedes-Benz cabriolets, and consists of an electric wind deflector module discreetly integrated into the roof frame and an electric wind blocker behind the rear seats.
The AIRCAP system was developed specifically for Mercedes-Benz cabriolets, and consists of an electric wind deflector module discreetly integrated into the roof frame and an electric wind blocker behind the rear seats.
The Scout team's most recent successful development was the Mariah North Project, a 230mw West Texas project utilising General Electric wind turbines, which reached commercial operation at the end of 2016.
The project will be powered by General Electric wind turbines, with the Huadong Engineering Corporation appointed as the EPC contractor and GE providing the overall operations and maintenance for the project.
They were surprised to discover that the electrons were not moving at their expected speed, and they found that the pull of the planet's electric wind, or field, was the reason.
Boeing will sell 100 aircraft to private airline Vietjet, while aerospace company Pratt & Whitney will sell advanced engines and General Electric Wind will partner with the Vietnamese government to develop more wind power technology.
Venus has an electric wind strong enough to remove the components of water from its upper atmosphere, which may have played a significant role in stripping Earths twin planet of its oceans, according to new results from ESAs (European Space Agency) Venus Express mission by NASA-funded researchers.
Touchard, "Enhancing the mechanical efficiency of electric wind in corona discharges", Journal of Electrostatics, vol.
7-MW General Electric wind turbines to power the 75-MW wind farm.
The Fire Island Wind Project, located just three miles west of Anchorage in Cook Inlet on CIRI's Fire Island property, will have 11 General Electric wind turbines--each 242 feet high with three 131-foot-long wind turbine blades and a rotor diameter of 271 feet.
Some of the best wind resources are on farmland; electric wind generators are more efficient and reliable than old water-pumping, fan-bladed windmills.