critical load


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critical load

The load, 1 on a member or structure at which failure is likely to occur.
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As of the same date and including six buildings owned through an unconsolidated joint venture, COPT's core portfolio of 163 office and data center shell properties encompassed 18.2m square feet and was 93.7% leased; the company also owned one wholesale data center with a critical load of 19.25mw.
It also owned one wholesale data centre with a critical load of 19.25 megawatts.
The difference between the critical loads for acidity and the total depositions of S[O.sub.4]-S, N[O.sub.3.sup.-]N, and N[H.sub.4]-N was calculated, whose negative values represent exceedances of the critical load (Fig.
However, little is known about the responses of acute resistance exercise of different intensities and if the load/ time relationship, i.e., the critical load (CL), consistently could be considered as maximal lactate steady-state intensity and/or maximal intensity to be sustained by time (10).
The switching frequency is divided by the critical load current [I.sub.LC], which is defined by the characteristics of the power efficiency and load current.
Also, it would require significant shutdown time which would result in prolonged load management and power outages in critical load centers.
The microturbines will provide primary power, with the critical load being the compression systems at each site.
The simplified graphical presentation of these results is shown in Figure 3, where critical load on vertical axis follows formulation by Hafez (Hafez et al.
PowerScale is available in three cabinet sizes, enabling the customer to choose the ideal capacity and required autonomy for critical load.
The critical load of the sinusoidal buckling is obtained when a = 0.
The article gives a short review of some recent problems considered in a critical load evaluation for the hydraulic actuators.