instantaneous power

instantaneous power

[¦in·stən¦tā·nē·əs ′pau̇·ər]
(electricity)
The product of the instantaneous voltage and the instantaneous current for a circuit or component.
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The torque curve illustrates this impressive improvement on the F12berlinetta in terms of acceleration and instantaneous power, particularly at high revs.
Therefore, the delivered energy is in balance with the instantaneous power consumption.
The balance of the components of the instantaneous power of polyharmonic signals.
Figure 10 presents an example of plots generated for the turn-on and turn-off transient voltage ([V.sub.DS]), current ([I.sub.D]), and instantaneous power. Switching energy calculations and switching behavior of the DUT can be derived from these waveforms, The waveforms shown in Figure 10 indicate that, during the turn-off event, a voltage overshoot of about 70 V is present, dv/dt = 68.72 V/ns, di/dt = 1 A/ns, and turn-off loss is about 60 [mu]J; during the turn-on event, a current overshoot of about 10 A is present, dv/dt = 39.47 V/ns, di/dt = 5.2 A/ns, and turn-on loss is about 270 [mu]J.
The snipefish feeding strike took from two to 7.5 milliseconds from start to prey capture, with an instantaneous power requirement averaging 2800 Watts per kilogram of body weight.
The power unit in TY-E is equipped with a mechanical clutch that secures instantaneous power and control, electric motor and optimized flywheel.
For example, wearable products require miniscule thickness, an mF order capacitance, low ESR, and capability to output instantaneous power. Because of that, manufacturers are driven to optimize construction materials and structure to deliver such a solution to design engineers.
The facility has a discharge capacity of 80 megawatt hours, meaning it can store and discharge 20 MW -- the electrical needs of 15,000 homes -- of instantaneous power and deliver it for four continuous hours, said Steve Harris, senior project manager, in Boise.
Apple explains that devices updating to iOS 11.3 will initially have the option disabled and it will turn on "only after an unexpected shutdown first occurs on a device with a battery that has diminished ability to deliver maximum instantaneous power." To check if it's enabled on your phone, go to the Battery tab in Settings, tap "Battery Health (Beta)" and look at the Peak Performance Capability section.
Malone and a colleague calculated in 2014 that the total power required for bitcoin calculations could be between .1 and 10 gigawatts, or billion watts, of instantaneous power. Ireland at the time was consuming about 3 gigawatts steadily, so he compared the two in terms of order of magnitude.
About data managing prior to curve fitting: (a) for every single lift, the arithmetic mean of the instantaneous force and velocity signal relative to the concentric phase of the movement has to be preferred to peak values; (b) mean power has to be computed as the arithmetic mean of the instantaneous power signal rather than as the algebraic product of the mean force and mean velocity values; (c) force, velocity and power values used for constructing the relevant curves have to represent the average values of the Nth (N = number of lifts) mean force, velocity and power values obtained over a single set of repetitions rather than values relative to the best performed lift.

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