energy conversion efficiency


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energy conversion efficiency

[′en·ər·jē kən′vər·zhən i‚fish·ən·sē]
(mechanical engineering)
The efficiency with which the energy of the working substance is converted into kinetic energy.
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A restatement of vehicle physics, largely from Thomas [8] follows, which is the basis for characterizing vehicles in the energy conversion efficiency and tractive energy domain for the specific purposes of this study and was utilized for previous efforts [7, 8, 9, 10].
eje] can be increased by improving the energy conversion efficiency of nozzle, mixing section and diffuser.
made the ICE of series hybrid electric vehicle work with high energy conversion efficiency [11].
According to the ELA [2013], crystalline silicon modules had an average energy conversion efficiency of 16.
Benefited from the excellent conductivity of PAA-g-PEG/PANI, the light-to-electric energy conversion efficiency of DSSC will improved significantly [28-30].
Both energy conversion efficiency and C sequestration by bamboo forest in subtropical China (Table 2) were quite high.
The overall exergy efficiency of the system is also very low since energy conversion efficiency (about 12%) and exergy efficiency (about 11%) of the PV is low.
Extensive research around the world since 1991 has improved the energy conversion efficiency of traditional iodide electrolytes to about 12 per cent," ABC Science quoted Dr Udo Bach as saying.
TO) is commencing mass production of a new solar cell which will have the world's highest energy conversion efficiency.
Summary: NREL Verifies Energy Conversion Efficiency of 14.
Energy conversion efficiency testing conducted according to European Standard EN 50530 yielded a very high efficiency grade of 98.
It offers the world's highest power generation level per installation area (as of February 9th, 2009), based on superior high energy conversion efficiency and temperature characteristics.
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