load loss

load loss

[′lōd ‚lȯs]
(electricity)
The sum of the copper loss of a transformer, due to resistance in the windings, plus the eddy current loss in the winding, plus the stray loss.
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"The burden of sharing is carried out on Total Loss due to a decrease in prices, which is divided proportionally to all related parties, based on the proportion of the role of each party in the structure of flight costs (percentage of Load Loss Sharing )," said Ktut.
However, additional load loss resulting from other member systems exercising their Amendment No.
The Surefire circuit requires a purposeful, half-second press against the hook release button, guarding against inadvertent load loss resulting from accidental contact with the release button during flight.
where [C.sub.j] is j important load loss cost in a unit time and [C.sub.EV] is the unit capacity cost of EV as EPS.
This is explained by the expansion of the section which reduces the load loss due to the increase of the flow speed.
Based on the qPCR data, a statistically significant difference in the viral load of 3 [log.sub.(10)] IU/mL samples incubated at 42[degrees]C for 1 day was observed compared to a baseline sample (day 0), indicating that the HBV load loss was slightly higher at this incubation time point (Table 1).
Therefore, several assays with treated water from the PM-WTP took place in order to measure the load loss due to the accessories and the filtering media.
Note that most of load loss incidences happen in January, February, and December.
A method called ORMEL96 uses the motor's nameplate data as well as statistical data, including assumed stator and rotor leakage reactance ratio, stray load loss, friction and windage losses, locked rotor current, and stator winding resistance, to compute these circuit parameters without field measurements (Kueck et al.
(2010), it is known that the filters can adequately operate for only a certain period of time, since with continuous clogging of macropores in the filter material the load loss increases, and consequently the wastewater filtration rate decreases.
Laboratory compressive tests have shown that at 80[degrees]C and placed into a nominal compressed position, the load loss set is 25% of the original load (figure 1).