megajoule


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megajoule

(ˈmɛɡəˈdʒuːl)
n
(Units) a unit of work or energy equal to one million joules
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Contract notice: realization of transport boxes (bt) for optical in-line replaceable units (ura) of the megajoule laser (lmj)
Today, General Atomics has already developed a 30 megajoule railgun system and the ten megajoule Blitzer multi-mission medium range railgun.
d], megajoule energy delivered to the cooking pot; NDS, natural-draft stove; N[O.
In what Audi say is the most powerful and efficient race car the company have ever built, the new R18 e-tron quattro will feature a six megajoule lithium-ion battery hybrid system along with a more powerful efficiency optimised TDI diesel engine.
97 grams of CO per megajoule of thermal energy delivered to the pot, less than half of the carbon monoxide of grateless fires.
That data also shows that the FEM with Stamax resin also has a lower life cycle energy footprint of 1 200 megajoule (mj) vs.
The study said that removing corn stover to produce cellulosic ethanol generates an additional 50 grams to 70 grams of carbon dioxide per megajoule of biofuel energy produced (3.
A one megajoule laser pulse delivers roughly the same energy as 200 grams of high explosive, and has the same lethal effect on a target.
In France, a laser called Laser Megajoule (LMJ), similar in capability to NIP, will begin operation in 2014.
Higher and lower heating values obtained through the US Forest Services' Forest Products Laboratory fuel value calculator were used to determine the energy content and heating efficiency of each fuel, and comparisons were made on a per megajoule basis.
94 Paulo Ferreira Pinto from Portugal's Megajoule consultancy firm told Today's Zaman that investors see remarkable potential in Turkish renewable energy markets but they might have to wait for the local market conditions to improve before investing.
6 Hong Kong cents per megajoule because of increasing operating costs.