water load

water load

[′wȯd·ər ‚lōd]
(electromagnetism)
A matched waveguide termination in which the electromagnetic energy is absorbed in water; the resulting rise in the temperature of the water is a measure of the output power.
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Kali is one that brings in a lot of pollution load into the river but it also adds to the water load in the river, so all tributaries are equally important and Ganga can be cleaned only when all the tributaries are taken up simultaneously".
The cold coupled with the extensive water load buckled the wooden portion of the floor.
This not only reduces their available day time hours for productive use but also has significant negative health impacts, by carrying heavy water load on their heads.
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For the heat energy supply system, the hot water load and space heating load are satisfied by the hot water tank, which is charged by the micro turbines and electrical heating storage tank.
In the next 7 years Pakistan will experience water shedding worse than electricity load shedding with water load shedding for up to several hours.
Ismail also stressed the need for the construction of dams, otherwise the country would face "water load shedding" -- restrictions in the supply.
At present, the mechanical properties of ordinary concrete under water load have been reported by many researchers.
A water load test was performed one week after cessation of diuretics.
To explain the effects of water load on the slope stability to engineers and technicians, the surrounding water pressure is introduced by the Swedish Slice method calculated from the drift properties.
Second part of the paper analyses the solar photovoltaic hot water system with the use of PV modules in both alternatives (MPPT, fixed load resistance) and compares its performance with a conventional solar hot water system with photothermal flat plate collectors operated at identical hot water load and climate conditions.