net power flow

net power flow

[′net ′pȧu·ər ‚flō]
(electromagnetism)
The difference between the power carried by electromagnetic waves traveling in a given direction along a waveguide and the power carried by waves traveling in the opposite direction.
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And the net power flow through the node is equal to
ii] = elements of the two-port scattering matrix Q = net power flow through the node R = reflection from the source [A.
Of the power plant's 656 MW capacity, a net power flow of 500 MW will be supplied to the northern UAE emirates through the network of the Federal Electricity and Water Authority (FEWA).