performance curve

performance curve

A graphic representation of an operating characteristic of a piece of equipment, such as a fan; shows how such a characteristic varies as a function of a single parameter (for example, volume flow rate vs. fan speed).
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They present performance curve with very stable features [2].
Work began in August 2016 to characterise the available space, existing cooling circuit and fan performance curve.
That December day was in all probability the final straw that soon saw Dai Young return - literally - to a hands-on involvement in coaching the club's front row, since when their performance curve has gradually gone in an upward direction.
Note: Performance Curve Chart Of The Pump Should Be Given Along With The Quotation.
The recommendation when sampling a BLDC system is to request the motor, motor timing diagram and performance curve data all be sent to the drive manufacturer (or drive to the motor manufacturer).
Others have daily performance curve is relatively flat, and night work may be relatively well adapted to exercise it in the long term.
Traditionally CPUbased firewalls have fallen way behind the performance curve.
Too often a test performance curve, both for head and efficiency, is slightly lower than the theoretical expected curve.
The state-of-the-art fabricated suction bell and bowl casing incorporating a unique swirl break ensure a stable pump performance curve from minimum flow to overflow.
1-2-TUBING PERFORMANCE CURVEThe outflow or tubing performance curve (TPC) shows therelationship between the total tubing pressure drop and a surface pressure value, with the total liquid flow rate.
A curious enough fact is that, instead of evolving parallel to the duration of an activity, in the course of the day efficiency and the capacity for work describe a wavy line called the performance curve, which in school children is at medium levels around 8 a.
coolant flow rate--a heat-exchanger performance curve.

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