power loss

power loss

[′pau̇·ər ‚lȯs]
(electronics)
The ratio of the power absorbed by the input circuit of a transducer to the power delivered to a specified load; usually expressed in decibels. Also known as power attenuation.
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The idle power loss caused by the trickle charge resistor can be removed with the circuitry presented in Figure 2.
"Japan has made low electrical power loss conductor which would be helpful in reducing transmission losses up to 20 percent as compared to the conventional conductors," said Sadaki Momoto, GM of Over Head Transmission, while speaking at a technical lecture series at Institution of Engineers Pakistan (IEP), Lahore.
[3] showed that increasing the thickness of the copper ribbon and reducing the cell-to-cell gap could help reduce resistive power loss.
The PwrBlade+ Series connectors combine high linear current density and low power loss with ruggedness and durability to deliver an ideal connector solution for truck and trailer-based communications equipment.
However, their effects are included by addition of the power loss contribution in the equivalent resistance of the device.
The outages at the Hornsea offshore wind farm and Little Barford gas power station were triggered by the same strike and the unexpected power loss caused part of the system to automatically shut down in order to protect the rest of the network.
This has reduced power loss during inverter operation by approximately 10% compared to the conventional product (6th-generation V Series).
Muscat : Voltamp Energy has introduced a new technology which is expected to reduce a power loss by 30 per cent during electricity distribution in the Sultanate of Oman.
It is used to measure and analyse the power loss ratio due to mismatch of antenna and RF cable, defect location of disconnection and RF cable damages.
In [2], heuristic algorithms which decide the statuses of switches are proposed and simple formula are used to calculate power loss calculation.
In this paper, BA and GA are used for optimal conductor selection in radial distribution networks with the objective of reducing power loss, and improving the voltage profile.