artificial load

artificial load

[¦ärd·ə¦fish·əl ′lōd]
(electricity)
Dissipative but essentially nonradiating device having the impedance characteristics of an antenna, transmission line, or other practical utilization circuit.
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The animals lost almost as much weight as the artificial load. The extra weights caused body fat to decrease and blood glucose levels to improve.
The team was astonished to find an increase in glucose tolerance in these obese rodents. The animals lost almost as much weight as the artificial load. The extra weights caused body fat to decrease and blood glucose levels to improve.
The main purpose of this review is to highlight the recent considerations on the importance of wear test methodologies that are close to clinically relevant environmental conditions, the role of tribocorrosion on wear and the continued importance of overall wear of artificial load bearing implants in their long-term survival.
Artificial load (attenuator high power) with the output of the measurement - 2 pcs.
He said that during the public hearings of NEPRA Pasban has already proved artificial load shedding, over-billing, and overcharging from Karachi electricity consumers; however, not only the KE, but Nepra and ministry of water and power are not refraining from anti-consumer steps.
These containers within the cold store create an artificial load to store cold energy effectively shifting the cooling loads from peak to off-peak periods.
He said after the Musharrafs dictatorship, current civilian dictator regime has brought the country on the brink of destruction as corruption, inflation, unemployment, lawlessness, artificial load shedding of gas and electricity, and other crises are abutting their peaks.
This creates an artificial load or pre-load on the arm or plunger as if it were clamping a part.
Hot-gas bypass introduces an artificial load on the chiller by allowing some of the refrigerant to bypass the condenser and go directly to the evaporator.