net load

net load

In a heating system, the gross load minus all losses between the source of heat and the terminal heating units (such as radiators).
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As the solar peak production occurs a few hours before the residential peak demand, utilities will observe a valley followed by a peak in the net load profiles, particularly with a high penetration of rooftop PV resources.
Each tray has a standard net load capacity of 2,200 pounds and offers a choice of solid or slotted perimeter walls for partitions and dividers.
The success of the Boothbay Pilot Project will result in a net load reduction in the Boothbay region, eliminating the need to spend $18 million rebuilding the line.
The modelled net load of TN from the River Nemunas catchment includes retention in all upstream subcatchments and in the Nemunas River itself.
Cool storage has the potential to smooth this minute-to-minute net load variation, just as it can smooth the diurnal demand variation that has traditionally been the driver for its use.
When designing slides into a product, determining the load capacity required is typically based on the estimated weight of the contents, or net load of the drawer.
86%, while the average net load for corporate funds is 1.
The hard drive is a whopping 160 GB, the 1GB of RAM seems like more and it is solid, quick and very efficient, pages on the net load at a very acceptable rate and overall the processing (Intel Atom Z520) is top-notch.
The weights on either side of the pulley hang from multi-filament bands of wire, putting a net load of 610 N on the pivot.
Measuring the loading of the mill by the load cell is a particular challenge, especially with regard to the unusual weight ratio of 5:1 between gross and net load.
It was commissioned in April 2017 and has a forecast net load factor of 35.
Pick van minimum one ton net load carrying capacity of chirimiri ocm.