Accumulation of energy

the storing of energy by means of weights lifted or masses put in motion; electricity stored.

See also: Accumulation

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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This effect decreases the accumulation of energy at epoxy/fiber interface, which reduces the initiation and propagation of cracks.
One of the main advantages of the new sodium ion battery is the accumulation of energy from renewable sources.
"If small tremors cease to be registered, this may be a cause for concern, as it may indicate the accumulation of energy. However, fortunately, we have such minor earthquakes every day," said the head of the department.
To date, there is no energy storage system in Fernando de Noronha that allows for the accumulation of energy generated throughout the day.
The lack of strong opposition parties in the country, the rage of the once privileged groups who lost their benefits after the reforms, the government's harsh language in the current process and its mistakes have all led to an accumulation of energy to protest.
On the basis of analogy with other observations, it is possible to expect that the reason of AE activity can be for example the accumulation of energy sufficient for loosening of dislocations captured in structural obstacles.
In vain we listened for the crackling tension of its opening movement, the greatest symphonic movement penned by a 20th-century born British composer, so many of its searing moments going for very little - not least the inexorable four-note accumulation of energy near the end.