evaporation power

evaporation power

[i‚vap·ə′rā·shən ‚pau̇·ər]
(meteorology)
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Generators could tap evaporation power from the water bodies when needed, the team claimed, unlike solar or wind facilities which require expensive batteries.
The evaporator includes features such as a: diffusion or cryo pump, stainless steel baseplate with bell jar and implosion guard, one KVA-controlled evaporation power supply 7 cfm direct drive mechanical pump, two position thermocouple and ionization gauge control and others.
The 1 kVA evaporation power supply permits evaporation of materials used in electron microscope specimen preparation including, but not limited to, carbon, gold, gold palladium, and platinum.
The outlay metal evaporation power [Q.sub.ev] and overheating of the drop metal of a [Q.sub.ov.h] together make about 40 % from all consumption energy [2,10], which can be taken into account accepting fusion process efficiency of a electrode to be [eta]=0.6.