multimegawatt

multimegawatt

(ˌmʌltɪˈmɛɡəˌwɒt)
adj
(Electrical Engineering) producing or involving several million watts of power
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Once up and running, such 'multimegawatt' linear accelerators may provide just the right conditions to run the oxgen-generating reaction in reverse, as if turning back the clock of star formation.
However, a high reliability through fault tolerance can be considered as a very important design goal, such that a crash of the kite, particularly for a multimegawatt system with a kite mass of several tons, is the maximum credible accident, which should have only a negligibly low probability of occurrence.
Considering market competitiveness and related constraints, the design trends are driven towards multimegawatt, large, and flexible turbine, utilization of smart rotor control devices, more geometric and material nonlinear structure, and offshore and complex terrain applications.
Rodriguez, "Grid-filter design for a multimegawatt medium-voltage voltage source inverter," IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, vol.
With the IndraDrive CL/ML from Rexroth, machine operators can reduce power consumption up to the multimegawatt range while also increasing productivity.
The brushes have been widely used in the multimegawatt WTs to divert the lightning current from the blade root to the tower top.
Thumm, "140-GHz gyrotron with multimegawatt output power," IEEE Trans.
GSAC is the United States subsidiary of the international photovoltaic system integrator Gehrlicher Solar AG, which was founded in 1994 to develop, plan, build, finance and operate solar power systems for ground mounting and for roofs - from private houses to multimegawatt systems.
The project allows researchers to expand on work to determine the feasibility of building a multimegawatt wind power plant on Kirtland Air Force Base in Albuquerque.
Its Forza unit is a 125 kW to multimegawatt system for the chemical process industry, and another unit, Andromeda, is used in the automotive market.