load leveling

load leveling

[′lōd ‚lev·ə·liŋ]
(electricity)
A method for reducing the large fluctuations that occur in electricity demand, for example by storing excess electricity during periods of low demand for use during periods of high demand.
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A height adjustable, self-aligning rubber foot eases load leveling. Alternatively, a rocker pin design provides an additional degree of accuracy by accommodating off-center loading.
He follows this with a discussion of route planning of heat supply piping in a fuel cell energy network and then concludes with examination of load leveling of the fuel cell system by oxygen concentration control of cathode gas.
SELF-LEVELING WHEELBARROW uses a new and innovative invention called the "auto load leveling unit so you don't have to fight the load over rocky terrain.
The VX series vacuum suction cup load leveling extensions are threaded on the inside and outside to accommodate a variety of fittings.
Designed to handle any type of pallet or skid, the Trans-Positioners can be equipped with a "level-eye" automatic load leveling system.
Metso Automation provided the line with process optimization controls for the evaporation plant, recovery boiler, soot blowing, causticizing, lime kiln, and for steam load leveling. It also delivered more than 1000 automated Neles control and on/off valves, some hundred manual valves, and a large package of Endress+Hauser magnetic flow meters.