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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The forecast net load factor is 48% (based on 39.1mw capacity).
The net load estimated to be carried through the Canal during the fiscal year that will start on July 1 is 1,182 tons.
It illustrates that the utility (net load total load minus renewable generation) experiences potential baseload generation encroachment in the middle of the day and high ramp rates for fossil-fuel-based generation in the afternoon (CAISO 2013).
The net load is the difference between the firing load and the inertial load.
Equation (5) is the energy balance equation that matches the system supply by controllable units and net load at each time period.
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.
Figure 2 illustrates the hourly values of the load supplied by conventional generating units for the Base Load ([L.sub.t]), Net Load ([L.sub.t] - [W.sub.t]) with wind generation added and the Optimum Load ([L.sub.t] - [W.sub.t] + DeferrableDemandt) with PHEV and thermal storage controlled by the system operator for the two different ramping cost cases.
Applying this control circuit can lead to controlling the net load and change all the signals to a special output signal.
The net load is insufficient for the desalination units, so the batteries and diesel generators should be adopted to meet load demand.
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.