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BHP

 
blood hydrostatic pressure; the pressure exerted by the blood cells and plasma in the capillaries.
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Using Equation 1 for a three-phase motor, the motor brake horsepower is 102 hp (76 kW).
The car, which will be priced in excess of 14 crore if launched in India, delivers a higher 1,115 brake horsepower (bhp) on the biofuel from its twin-turbo 5-litre V8 engine that churns out only 980 bhp in petrol.
Jo Finch, from the team behind the car, said: "It's a 135,000 brake horsepower machine.
The mother of a one-year-old Zoe, the interestingly named Rebecca225, her brake horsepower, one presumes, wrote on a website: "It is completely wrong that Renault should take the name of a woman of my daughter for a car".
Plans call for Bach Dang Diesel Engine Manufacturing to manufacture three more UE engines this year and then progressively expand production, leveraging its annual production capacitypotential up to 200,000 brake horsepower (bhp).
Equipped with a 3.5-litre, 24-valve, six-cylinder engine packing 290 brake horsepower (bhp) and 35.7kg-m of torque, the car is billed as the most powerful Nissan sedan ever.
By 1910, Case went from "nominal" horsepower ratings of 32 hp to the 110 hp rating, which was determined by heating area and brake horsepower. The engines were fired at the factory and tested on a Prony brake (a unit similar in theory to today's dynamometer), placing a measurable load on the steam engine being tested.
The plant will have an initial capacity to build engines with an aggregate output of about 1.2 million brake horsepower (885 MW), later increasing to 3 million bhp (2,205 MW).
The first, Waha I, is a 48 meter long vessel with two Caterpillar engines of up to 5,150 brake horsepower (BHP).
"And he doesn't trust himself in his 1.3 litre Polo, never mind in a 400 brake horsepower Skyline.
This Santa has a 250 brake horsepower, 11-tonne bus.
A 500cc 2 inline GoEngine with up to 100 brake horsepower burns 50% less fuel then a 1000cc 4 inline engine with 60 bhp.