peak power


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peak power

[′pēk ′pau̇·ər]
(electricity)
(electromagnetism)
Themaximum instantaneous power of a transmitted radar pulse.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Delhi's peak power demand first crossed the 6000 MW barrier in 2016 (6216 MW on July 1) while in this year, the demand crossed the mark on 24 days.
Comparing Test 1-Test 2 and Test 2-Test 3, average power and last 4 repetition power imbalance values established ICC values >0.780 and peak power imbalance variables established ICC values <0.768.
Taipower expects next week's peak power usage to be around 34.9-35.6 million kilowatts.
The shift by manufacturers to night-time production is expected to ease demand pressure during peak hours.Kenya consumes less than half the peak power demand (currently 1,727 megawatts) between midnight and 5am.
Prior to training, all participants' strength was measured by 1RM back squat and peak power production during maximal counter movement jump were recorded.
Results demonstrated that a group x time interaction was present for squat 1RM, deadlift 1RM, and vertical jump peak power and peak velocity.
Anaerobic power performance as measured by Wingate test was used to represent anaerobic peak power, anaerobic peak power/kg, anaerobic mean power, and anaerobic mean power/kg.
The series is capable of delivering 1100 W of continuous output power, and a peak power of 1250 W is possible at 170-260 VAC input for 10 seconds, 35 percent duty cycle.
According to the Delhi Transco Limited, the state transmission utility, the peak power demand on Monday was 5013 MW while the total availability of electricity was to the tune of 5756 MW.
Tumbling generation costs and massive demand for peak power are two reasons why Enviromena believes solar PV is poised for takeoff in the region.
The agreement has been signed to start developing a 62.5-megawatt peak power wave energy generation project.