load power

load power

[′lōd ‚pau̇·ər]
(electricity)
Of an energy load, the average rate of flow of energy through the terminals of that load when connected to a specified source.
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De Vera said that, in the Philippines, coal continues to comprise more than half of the country's energy mix and is largely seen as the base load power of choice due to continued perceptions of cheaper costs.
relies heavily on nuclear power for carbon free base load power. According to UxC, more than 20% of all uranium produced in the world is consumed in the U.S.
This new plant will feature three SGT-800s, two operating in combined cycle and one simple cycle, that provides highly efficient base load power and operational flexibility.
NPPMC added when operated as a base load power plant, they produce cheaper per unit of electricity for consumer and concurrently reducing the power outages.
Considering the initial SOC of PEVs arriving at charging stations, the traveling purpose of PEV users, and the load power without PEVs plugging in at this time, this paper proposed a novel charging and discharging model for PEV users to determine the PEV users' charging and discharging status and time.
No load power consumption under 0.75W by PS-ON control
Holland Energy Park is the first-in-the-county base load power generating facility to receive an Envision rating.
He briefed the DC about less production as compared demand due to hot weather and load power outage in the district.
M&I Electric received the $7 million contract from a leading engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) firm for this green-field power generation facility which will provide clean and reliable base load power generated by two natural gas turbines and one steam turbine.
Simulations of surge testing of different EUT types and values of load power that can be found in real residential and/or industrial low-voltage AC power circuits were performed in ATP/EMTP and MATLAB.
The relationship between the part load power fraction and the part load airflow fraction was fit with a third degree polynomial in the form shown in Equation 4.