performance curve

performance curve

A graphic representation of an operating characteristic of a piece of equipment, such as a fan; shows how such a characteristic varies as a function of a single parameter (for example, volume flow rate vs. fan speed).
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The Firm Shall Submit Questionnaires Of Annexure-1, Performance Curve, Performance Data Isi Bee Certificate And Technical Data/Leaflet As Per Cee/Nr Spec.
The on-board electronic trip units provide performance curve shaping to facilitate proper system coordination.
Too often a test performance curve, both for head and efficiency, is slightly lower than the theoretical expected curve.
The state-of-the-art fabricated suction bell and bowl casing incorporating a unique swirl break ensure a stable pump performance curve from minimum flow to overflow.
The VRF system or outdoor unit electric power modifying performance curve as a function of part-load ratio (PFPLR) is defined as follows:
8226; Specify performance for up to 75 h/q curves per performance curve, or allow PUMP-FLO's exclusive interpolation algorithms calculate data between trims
It's a big game for us again - I keep saying every week that our performance curve has to go higher and higher but this time we are against a team above us in the league in second place and who beat us twice last year," said Maynard.
Ultrathins are far ahead in the performance curve, and netbooks may need either a redesign or quick advancements in the silicon they use, like processors.
It was found that this method encountered some difficulties in converging in the low flow rate region of the performance curve.
The six-speed manual box has a reassuringly positive change action with a moderately heavy clutch and a long take up to biting point, but the ratios are well matched to the engine's performance curve.
Instead of building more data centers, the growing enterprise can ride the performance curve of newer systems.

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