line load

line load

(1) In communications, the percentage of time a communications channel is used.

(2) In electronics, the amount of current that is carried in a circuit.
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He regretted that during past fifteen years no significant power project was initiated and the transmission line load of 1500 MW was not enhanced.
Current transformers positive phase angle errors, voltage transformers positive voltage errors and measured power line load character can have a significant influence on energy meters connected through measuring transformers metering accuracy.
In terms of equivalent roof loads, a uniform line load, w, with magnitude w = F/L, acting along the entire length, L, of a truss with 30[degrees] slope generates an axial rafter force only 62.
The roughness of the base paper was also varied, through changing the pre-calender line load.
The E7725 drives a 50-ohm line load, and features waveform clamps that are used when the device under test (DUT) does not drive the same line load.
The TLL is a tension in line load cell constructed from stainless and is offered in a variety of ranges from 5K lbs.
The relationship between permanent and in-nip strain is dependent on paper temperature and moisture content as well as line load.
The calender, producing coated paper, has a face width of 3460 mm, a design speed of 1600 m/min, and a maximum line load of 350 N/mm.
Kusters has expanded its product line through research and development, introducing Vario Swimming Rolls, Machine Calenders, Tissue Combining Presses, Gloss Calenders, Crown Compensated Rolls for Presses and Calenders, the ProSoft Calender and a new extended nip roll for the wet press featuring perfect nip geometry control and line load distribution.