equivalent power


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e·quiv·a·lent pow·'er

the power equal to an infinitely thin lens as measured on an optical bench.
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In addition to much greater efficiency than their gas counterparts, electric powertrains have a lower frontal area compared to an internal combustion engine of equivalent power when used in a fixed-wing aircraft.
"That's what business as usual is looking like, and we would consume the equivalent power consumption of all of China and India today by 2050." Simply eliminating the greenhouse gases emitted by air conditioning units would avoid around 0.5C of global warming, Riahi said.
Driveline system for electric vehicle possess various advantages over conventional vehicles which include smaller coaxial format systems with equivalent power outputs and easy integration into various vehicle platforms.
Today, GE-built technologies can generate the equivalent power needed to supply up to 30 percent of the country's electricity
Electricity produced will receive support under the Dutch SDE+ subsidy system over a period of 15 years and the plant will generate enough power to supply the equivalent power needs of more than 7,000 average households.
In Pakistan, GE has supported the development of energy infrastructure for more than 50 years and today, GE-built technologies can generate the equivalent power needed to supply up to 30 percent of the country's electricity, it stated.
Equivalent mode parameters are used for the cycle, in particular equivalent power [2].
Today, GE-built technologiescangenerate the equivalent power needed to supply up to 30 percent of the country's electricity.
The OPTS states that Nigeria generates the equivalent power of just one 40-watt light bulb per person - one of the lowest power generation levels per person in the world.
The total duration of surgery, ultrasound (U/S) total time during operation, U/S total equivalent power in position 3, cumulative dissipated energy, phacoemulsification time, average phacoemulsification power and average phacoemulsification power in position 3 were recorded separately for both eye surgeries.
Today, GE-built technologies can generate the equivalent power needed to supply up to 25 percent of the country's electricity.
The project will add up to 660 megawatts (MW) of electricity to the national grid- the equivalent power needed to supply up to 1.3 million Pakistani homes and industries, announce by GE Power here Wednesday.

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