electrical power


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Noun1.electrical power - the product of voltage and currentelectrical power - the product of voltage and current  
load - the power output of a generator or power plant
power - (physics) the rate of doing work; measured in watts (= joules/second)
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PARMA, Italy, May 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- National Instruments (Nasdaq: NATI) has announced the LabVIEW Electrical Power Suite, a new toolkit specific to the power industry.
DOD's most critical assets are vulnerable to disruptions in electrical power supplies, but DOD lacks sufficient information to determine the full extent of the risks and vulnerabilities these assets face.
Jaakkola noted that a modern 6- or 7-effect evaporator plant and high firing liquor dry solids (>80%) increase electrical power production of the recovery boiler.
The International Energy Agency predicts that developing countries will need to double their grid-based electrical power production by 2020--adding more than 1 million MW--to fuel continued economic growth.
The heat turns water to steam in the Nova Reaction Chamber, and the steam is then used to produce electrical power in a totally closed loop system.
The arc at the tip of the electrodes changes the electrical power into heat, converting the furnace charge into molten metal.
In a fraction of a second an electrical power problem can immobilize a computer and destroy its data.
Such engines could be used to provide electrical power for satellites and other applications where reliability is extremely important.
Government in Afghanistan as a provider of electrical power for our military troops," said Mark Williams, Group President, Infrastructure, Government & Power.
4 kV DC switchgear and electrical equipment in the Electrical Power and Heat Kaweczyn in Warsaw, including the provision of all necessary materials, parts, apparatus and devices.
1 -- color) A mock-up of the Z-1 Integrated Truss Structure, which will serve as the backbone of the electrical power system for the International Space Station, sits on the grounds of Boeing Co.
Giant Bay anticipates delivery in Vancouver at the end of July 1994, of its previously announced commercial prototype of Nova Technology, with a conventional 45 kw Kato generator and Skinner steam engine with expected capabilities of producing 36kw of free electrical power continuously, using a small amount of water as fuel and creating zero emissions.

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