Power Output

Some articles on power output, power:

Mechanography - Fields of Application
... Rising Test, Stand-up and Go test and others the maximum power output relative to body weight during a jump of maximum height measured by Mechanography ... Based on this test (maximum relative power output of a jump as high as possible) Runge et al ... defined reference values of a fit population in order to match the individual power output in relation to bodyweight, age and gender Tsubaki showed ...
SBB-CFF-FFS Am 4/6 1101 - Technology - Increasing The Power Output
... To increase the power output, the engineer turned his power controller, which had the following effects More fuel was injected into the combustion chamber The speed governor was adjusted to ...
Deareating Feed Tank - Discussion
... A surge volume allows the plant to change bells (power output level) without running the feed pump dry or flooding the turbines ... The bell is increased, more power output demanded, the rate of feed is increased ... The bell is decreased, less power output demanded, the rate of feed is decreased ...
Lotus-Ford Twin Cam - Power Output
... The power output for roadgoing versions are as follows (official figures as claimed by Lotus) ...
Sporveisbussene - History
... They had Hall Scott gasoline engines with a power output of 48 kilowatts (64 hp), and stationed at Vålerenga Depot ... They had a six-cylinder engine with a power output of 110 horsepower (82 kW) ... Later orders included the Büssing Präfekt 12 and 13D and had a power output of 116 kilowatts (156 hp) ...

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