resistance loss

resistance loss

[ri′zis·təns ‚lȯs]
(electricity)
Power loss due to current flowing through resistance; its value in watts is equal to the resistance in ohms multiplied by the square of the current in amperes.
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The total active power loss of the network transformer includes the winding resistance loss and no-load loss of the transformer.
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According to the results, in above connections no resistance loss will be observed until the relative displacement angle of story equals to 0.
2 radians, it has endured the resistance loss of 252 kN.
6 cabling for this application, because the conductors are comparatively large, thus lowering the DC resistance loss.
Because thermoelectric materials have a finite electric resistivity and a finite thermal conductivity, these devices are subject to two primary losses, electric resistance loss and thermal conduction, that increase the power input and reduce the net flow of heat from cold to hot.
The next day they tried to repeat the experiment, heating the same sample above 300 K and cooling it back down, but in the second cooling the high-temperature resistance loss did not occur.