power curve

power curve

[′pau̇·ər ‚kərv]
(statistics)
The graph of the power of a test for various alternatives.
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Today's successful automotive technicians' challenge is to stay ahead of the power curve in their respective manufacturers' training path.
Under acceleration, the LC 500 reveals its character in a continuously-rising power curve, with the 471 HP developed at 7,100 rpm and the torque peak of 55.
The G9220 is equipped with a 164kW Dalian Deutz engine and ZF power shift transmission with three distinct power curve settings that ensure a smooth grade and reduced fuel consumption, as well as a Machine Blade Control System that is kept simple with hydraulic mechanical levers in the cab.
The engine offers three distinct power curve settings, making the smoothest grade on any surface, while also reducing fuel consumption.
Figure 6 shows the VFD efficiency versus motor input power curve for a 15 kW (20 hp) VFD, which is used to provide power to the motor in the simulation later.
Energy production is estimated by matching the obtained wind speed frequency distribution with a wind turbine power curve that can accommodate wind speeds in the desired regions.
For this study, wind turbine power curve data were obtained for turbines from five different manufacturers (The Wind Power 2016): Vestas, General Electric (GE), Nordex, Repower, and Gamesa.
The power curve shows that the wind turbine is designed with a power output of 2 MW.
0-litre turbo engine and whereas that motor could produce its maximum power of 296bhp only momentarily, the Lightweight delivers it with a more useful power curve.
The supplies can support any combination of higher voltage or higher current along a maximum power curve.
The taut chassis and the smooth engine with a linear power curve ensures that you not only get a trouble- free ride but a fun one as well.