overload level

overload level

[′ō·vər‚lōd ‚lev·əl]
(electricity)
Level above which operation ceases to be satisfactory as a result of signal distortion, overheating, damage, and so forth.
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Overload level Absolute frequency (n) Percentage (%) Moderately overloaded 15 71.4 heavily overloaded 2 9.5 Extremely overloaded 4 19.0 Total 21 100.0 Table 2.
Overload levels evaluated by Zarit Caregiver Overburden Inventory showed that 52.4 % (11) were classified as light and 47.6% (4) were classified as severe overload.
As shown in Figure 3, the stress level of employees with low levels of neuroticism shows an increasing trend when the work overload level ranges from low to moderate and increases but at a decreasing rate when the level of work overload moves from moderate to high.
In terms of work overload, the stress level of employees with low levels of neuroticism shows an increasing trend when the work overload level ranges from low to moderate and increases but at a decreasing rate when the level of work overload moves from moderate to high.
The following chart shows a typical operation, where the DIB bypass caps are charged at the overload level limit, then the device draws an operating current that is less than the limit specified by the fold limit.
Regarding the SRQ 20, only the overload level had a significant correlation with emotional distress (p < 0.05), a fact already reported in other studies (4).
Roughly speaking, the generator is assumed able to withstand a large overload for the first 5 seconds, while the 5 minutes' overload level [P.sub.OL] simply indicates a maximum level that the generator can supply in steady state.
As stated above, a generator overload level OVTH 30 kW has been defined, and different loads have been considered on the critical bus.
When the internal organs reach overload levels, symptoms begin to appear like constant headaches, dizziness, recurring cough, weakness, bloatedness.