electric converter

electric converter

[i¦lek·trik kən′vərd·ər]
(electricity)
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Al-Rasheed added: "The industrial city is witnessing many development projects, including those related to infrastructure, at a cost of SR61 million, establishing electric converter station at a cost of SR67 million.
The project will involve ongoing inspection, testing, repairs, and replacements of electrical transmission equipments relating to the Pacific DC Intertie, Sylmar DC-AC Electric Converter Station and the McCullough-Victorville Line 2.
Plans to develop the country's first inverter (an electric converter which converts energy flows from direct currents to alternating currents) were also implemented at the time, in addition to the installation of a photovoltaic processing system on the roof of the Don Bosco Institute, which would help provide lighting for the institute's roads at night.
One of the priorities of the restoration was to upgrade the oil coolers for the electric converter and transformer, which deliver power to the engine.
The chapters are divided into five parts, covering automotive power systems and drivetrains; semiconductor devices, components, and sensors; power electric converters (including discussion of rectifiers and inverters); motor drives; and miscellaneous applications such as an integrated starter alternator, fault tolerant adjustable speed motor drives, steering systems, power electronic applications in safety, drive and control systems, and battery technology.
A system of sun electric converters 100 miles long could produce this electricity.