power density

power density

[′pau̇·ər ¦den·səd·ē]
(electromagnetism)
The amount of power per unit area in a radiated microwave or other electromagnetic field, usually expressed in units of watts per square centimeter.
(nucleonics)
The power generation per unit volume of a nuclear-reactor core.
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The power density of those engines was quite low for the present standard, in the range 20-30 kW/l, with the highest values reached by first turbocharged engines then appearing on the market.
Section heating type EXXON PD (booking, 380B, the power density of 25W / m, 3250Vt power, L = 131m, Lx / k = 10m) - 2 pieces.
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