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external load
i. A load carried, or extended, outside the aircraft fuselage (e.g., weapons, fuel tanks).
ii. A load carried by helicopter or floatplane outside its fuselage. These are normally carried by slings, which are suspended below the helicopter and are referred to as slung loads or attached rigidly to the airframe.
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The load combination represented by point 6 is even more challenging, since it lies beyond the capacity of the prime mover/absorption chiller duo and requires supplemental heating and/or cooling (the electrical load is not shown directly in this figure, but is assumed to be known and will be accounted for).
The main change is to have one operation instead of two and the civil division which produces the electrical load management system for Boeing and the division responsible for the electrical power management for the Apache helicopter will in future be bu ilt in one area.
With the monitored demand information, the controller can calculate when an exceedence of demand will occur and delay any electrical load shedding to allow time for the load to be shed normally, without affecting operations.
With this latest success, EPS Corp has now achieved over 28 MW of electrical load reduction at industrial customers in California and across the country through Demand Response and Auto-DR programs.
The program is designed to manage and reduce electrical load provided for the key consumers in the industrial and commercial sectors, who constitute approximately 50% of the total annual consumers of electrical energy in the Kingdom, in order to maintain efficient operation of electrical networks.
The electrical load for the city of Kufra ahs already been restored.
The energy-saving and low-maintenance EverLast fixtures have reduced the bottling plant's lighting electrical load from 202,000 watts per hour, to 89,000 watts per hour.
The estimated total increase in electrical load as a consequence of the programme of 30 buildings including a number of world class buildings (two cathedrals and the three Graces) is approximately 71k W.
The four XQ5200 units used by the company provided 21 megawatts, or approximately 60 percent of the refinery's total electrical load.
Bean cited three cases that allocated electrical system costs to the ITC in proportion to the percentage of the electrical load that powered certain machines: Morrison, Inc.
Ten years ago a combined electrical load of 5 watts, per square foot was adequate.

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