unit power

unit power

[′yü·nət ′pau̇·ər]
(metallurgy)
A unit describing machinability of a metal; the power needed to remove a unit volume in unit time, usually expressed as horsepower per cubic inch per minute.
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The bonds are secured by MJMEUC's Prairie State Energy Campus (PSEC) project net revenues, which are principally derived from (i) six unit power purchasers (UPPs), pursuant to take-or-pay unit power purchase agreements (UPPAs), and (ii) the 35 members of the Missouri Public Energy Pool #1 (MoPEP 1, rated A/Stable) under all-requirements pool power purchase agreements (PPPAs).
Islamabad -- National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) has agreed on slashing per unit power cost by Rs.
Per unit power generation at the Bawana plant will cost between ` 4.
based company delivers more computations per unit power and unit space than any x86 system ever built.
The luxury motor car maker says its FlexFuel technology means the six-litre, 12-cylinder power unit power unit in the 2011 Continental range will use a single fuel tank.
14 billion) unit power in the month of July in comparison to any other projects across country.
The SSL drivers will offer 1W to 200W unit power for driving single or multiple LED strings.
The analysis has been carried out by means of an original mathematical model of the unit power loading in terms of tool geometry (nose radius) and some elements of the face milling process such as cutting speed, feed per tooth, angle of engagement and axial depth of cut.
The scenario of the two associations, called Wind Force 12, is based on an increase of unit power of wind generators to 1.
It is hard to believe that anyone, except Mr Moran, would see a large and sprawling region as the smallest unit power can be devolved to.