auxiliary loads

auxiliary loads

All dynamic loads other than the basic design loads which a building must sustain.
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The change in enthalpy leads to electricity savings on the air conditioning unit, however to be properly evaluated, we must also consider the auxiliary loads introduced with the retrofit unit.
Thermoelectric generators have the capability to directly convert waste heat from the hot engine exhaust into electricity that can power vehicle auxiliary loads and accessories.
Typically, cooling dominates these auxiliary loads.
They found further significant fuel savings could be made on the Class 70 when closing down the engine during idling using the automatic stop/start system and auxiliary power unit, and a system that diverts power generated by dynamic braking to feed auxiliary loads. But Buchanan could not put a figure on this extra saving, as it depends on how often the vehicle is stationary.
In addition the paper will be descriptions ranging from analysis of the composition of the three loads of cost iron produced in the cupola furnace, then identify the amount and timing of bulge pure oxygen in molten cast iron, a description of the analysis of the composition of some auxiliary loads in the furnace after decarbonization and all these optimization of this whole process.
The system is connected to 4.16 kVA switchgear, designed by Enercon Engineering, that transfers power to the station's auxiliary loads, while the balance (and majority) of the power is sent via a three-phase station transformer to the utility's high line.
The first application of fuel cells will most likely be in a hybrid configuration with a small diesel engine providing tractive power, and a fuel cell auxiliary power unit (APU) driving the implement and all auxiliary loads. As fuel cells become more advanced they will replace the diesel engine, although total replacement is not likely for decades.

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