generation rate

generation rate

[‚jen·ə′rā·shən ‚rāt]
(electronics)
In a semiconductor, the time rate of creation of electron-hole pairs.
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The velocity and temperature profiles assuming constant physical properties are obtained analytically and then the local entropy generation rate is provided.
The recommended guideline (tables) was based on old experience, in which air change rate was arbitrarily determined "only" based on room cleanliness class, disregarding a room's actual particle generation rate (internal generation and external intrusion) and other factors.
Total MSW deposited (ton), MSW generation rate (ton/yr), LFG generation rate (m3/yr), power installed (kW) and the capacity factor reported by each project was used as the initial parameters to evaluate the standards.
The carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide generation rate data appear to be linear in an Arrhenius type analysis.
Configurable number of oscillators to allow a tradeoff between hardware complexity, instantaneous power consumption and entropy generation rate
the selected engineering firm will characterize the site including determination of areal extent of waste, thickness of landfill cap, characterize and quantify leachate generation rate by obtaining geotechnical and hydro-geologic data, develop surface water and groundwater monitoring programs and develop remedial design alternatives.
The reduction was mainly driven by lower charges from the Wholesale Electricity Spot Market (WESM) and Independent Power Producers (IPPs), as well as a reduction in the National Power Corporation's (NPC's) Generation Rate Adjustment Mechanism(GRAM) collections.
A temporary surcharge on its generation rate is intended to increase STEC's equity to capitalization ratio from 12%; the rating category median is 15%.
On concerns that having third-party consultants may add to the cost of power resulting from CSP tenders, Tan said the cost-benefit (ratio) of engaging a third party favors the consumers because even if it costs 1 to 2 centavos per kilowatt-hour (kWh) to pay for the consultants, the possible reduction of power generation rate from robust competition due to having consultants will be much higher at 40 centavos to P1.
Combined, the fields are said to contribute 20Mboe/d maximum net, to the generation rate of Noble.
The reduction was mainly driven by lower charges from the Wholesale Electricity Spot Market (WESM) and independent power producers as well as a reduction in the National Power Corporation's (NPC) generation rate adjustment mechanism (GRAM) collections.
99 per kilowatt-hour (kWh) on electric generation through to December 2012, a 30% saving over Duke's current average generation rate of USD0.

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