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DefinitionsUpDw('Definitions','-Abz-');

1. Power is the ability to act.
2. Power is the work per unit time.
3. Power is the ability to influence others to get things done.
4. Power is a change in energy divided by time.
5. Power is a legitimate pursuit and the winners are expected to flaunt it. (Web site)

PowersUpDw('POWERS','-Abz-');

1. This is cultural power itself.
2. The bel is used to represent noise power levels in hard drive specifications.
3. It is a fact of intellectual power.
4. That is, unlike a resistance, a reactance does not dissipate power.
5. And consequently the intellect is a passive power.

DbUpDw('DB','-Abz-');

1. As stated above, decibels are defined so that +10 dB means "ten times the power".
2. The decibel's logarithmic scale, in which a doubling of power or intensity always causes an increase of approximately 3 dB, corresponds to this perception.

DecibelUpDw('DECIBEL','-Abz-');

1. Note that the decibel has a different definition when applied to voltage (as contrasted with power). (Web site)
2. Zero dBm is the power level corresponding to a power of one milliwatt, and 1 dBm is one decibel greater (about 1.259 mW).
3. The decibel unit can also be combined with a suffix to create an absolute unit of electric power.
4. In radio electronics and telecommunications, the decibel is used to describe the ratio between two measurements of electric power.
5. Note 4: The neper is often used to express voltage and current ratios, whereas the decibel is usually used to express power ratios.

TorqueUpDw('TORQUE','-Abz-');

1. The peak of that torque curve usually occurs somewhat below the overall power peak.
2. Torque is part of the basic specification of an engine: the power output of an engine is expressed as its torque multiplied by its rotational speed.
3. Consistent units must be used and for SI units power is watts, torque is newton-metres and rotational speed is revolutions per second (not RPM).

Economic PowerUpDw('ECONOMIC_POWER','-Abz-');

1. Concentrated economic power is a dangerous thing. (Web site)
2. Mann's conception of economic power is straightforwardly Marxist. (Web site)
3. The result, ironically, is the concentration of economic power into fewer hands.

Angular SpeedUpDw('ANGULAR_SPEED','-Abz-');

1. The torque peak cannot, by definition, appear at higher rpm than the power peak.
2. For different units of power, torque, or angular speed, a conversion factor must be inserted into the equation.
3. For metric SI units power is watts, torque is newton-metres and angular speed is radians per second (not rpm and not revolutions per second).

Social PowerUpDw('SOCIAL_POWER','-Abz-');

1. Page 1 of 1 -331 items found for \"social power\" in eBay Stores.
2. The notion of dependence is dual to that of social power (Castelfranchi, 1990): if an agent is dependent on another, the latter gains power over him.
3. Michael Mann's Sources of Social Power is a work of huge scope - it is a history of power itself from the earliest times to the end of the twentieth century. (Web site)

CoerciveUpDw('COERCIVE','-Abz-');

1. The power is coercive. (Web site)
2. It has no significant monopoly of coercive power.
3. The latter two are antifields, in which authoritative roles largely rest on coercive power. (Web site)

WattsUpDw('WATTS','-Abz-');

1. Irradiance E, I watt per square metre W--m ---2 power incident on a surface.
2. Roughly the same amount of light can be produced at a quarter the power (although at greater initial cost) by a 25 watt compact fluorescent light bulb.
3. For use in formulae, the symbol p denotes power expressed in watts and the symbol P denotes power expressed in decibels relative to a reference level. (Web site)

WealthUpDw('WEALTH','-Abz-');

1. I begin, then, with a basic assumption: one of the most important, if not THE most important power resource is wealth. (Web site)
2. Moreover changing the maximand from absolute wealth to general power is a must when it comes to institutional choice. (Web site)

HorsepowerUpDw('HORSEPOWER','-Abz-');

1. Horsepower ( electrical ), English unit of power, by definition exactly 760 watt. (Web site)
2. Non-SI units of power include horsepower (HP), Pferdest--rke (PS), cheval vapeur (CV) and foot-pounds per minute.

PoliticalUpDw('POLITICAL','-Abz-');

1. Less than 20 years ago, black political power was at its peak here. (Web site)
2. Another form of power, beloved of political scientists, similarly affects interests. This is authority. (Web site)

TransformerUpDw('TRANSFORMER','-Abz-');

1. The voltage of an AC power source can be easily changed by means of a power transformer. (Web site)
2. Power transformers are limited in the amount of power they can transfer from primary to secondary winding(s). (Web site)

1. In photometry and radiometry, intensity has a different meaning: it is the luminous or radiant power per unit solid angle. (Web site)
3. In radiometry, radiant flux or radiant power is the measure of the total power of electromagnetic radiation (including visible light). (Web site)
4. Radiant Intensity is a measure of radiometric power per unit solid angle, expressed in watts per steradian.

LegitimateUpDw('LEGITIMATE','-Abz-');

1. It is present -when countries make their power legitimate in the eyes of others- (Nye, 2004, p. 10).
2. On top of this, if indeed we follow the political leadership in legitimate power, one of the most important principles is not to indulge in prejudgment. (Web site)

Reward PowerUpDw('REWARD_POWER','-Abz-');

1. Coercive power is the opposite of reward power.
2. Reward power often backs up legitimate power.

Luminous FluxUpDw('LUMINOUS_FLUX','-Abz-');

1. The luminous flux is a weighted sum of the power at all wavelengths in the visible band.
2. It is calculated by dividing the lamp's luminous flux, measured in lumens, by the power consumption, measured in watts.

Wind PowerUpDw('WIND_POWER','-Abz-');

1. Winter is the season of maximum wind power throughout the area. (Web site)
2. This entire area is estimated to have class 4 annual average wind power. (Web site)

Perceived PowerUpDw('PERCEIVED_POWER','-Abz-');

1. Luminous intensity should not be confused with another photometric unit, luminous flux, which is the total perceived power emitted in all directions.
2. Luminous intensity is the perceived power per unit solid angle.

Power OverUpDw('POWER_OVER','-Abz-');

1. The power over the property is coercive. (Web site)
2. Autocracy: One individual retains complete and absolute power over others.
3. Situational power, a common form of domination power involves a situation in which one person has power over another.

1. In photometry, luminous flux or luminous power is the measure of the perceived power of light.
2. The lumen (symbol: lm) is the SI unit of luminous flux, a measure of the perceived power of light. (Web site)

MilitaryUpDw('MILITARY','-Abz-');

1. Power as force e.g. military force or police force.
2. And arms and diplomacy give it military power.

Power OutputUpDw('POWER_OUTPUT','-Abz-');

1. Mathematically, the equation may be rearranged to compute torque for a given power output.
2. Torque (and power output) can be measured with a dynamometer.

Unequal PowerUpDw('UNEQUAL_POWER','-Abz-');

1. In a society, people exist in an unequal power distribution.
2. Bannester's "manipulative power" is inherently a function of unequal power relations.

RenewableUpDw('RENEWABLE','-Abz-');

1. Second, renewables can offer power during peak demand periods. (Web site)
2. Commercial nuclear power is not considered to be a renewable energy resource.
3. Renewable energy technologies available for electricity production include biofuels, solar power, tidal power, wind turbines, hydroelectric power etc.

CoercionUpDw('COERCION','-Abz-');

1. Those with referent power can also use it for coercion. (Web site)
2. Introduction and overview; 2. Social exchange and power; 3. Punishment and coercion; 4.

AcircUpDw('ACIRC','-Abz-');

1. Renewables contributed reliable electric power to Californians since the late 1970âs. (Web site)
2. An unusual application of PV power is the worldâs first solar-powered ferris wheel located at the Pacific Park Amusement Park on the Santa Monica Pier. (Web site)

BargainingUpDw('BARGAINING','-Abz-');

1. Then i has more bargaining power than j. (Web site)
2. Power can be exerted by direct bargaining and exchange. (Web site)

LossesUpDw('LOSSES','-Abz-');

1. Note: The total radiated power is the total input power less antenna dissipative losses. (Web site)
2. Aside from power ratings and power losses, transformers often harbor other undesirable limitations which circuit designers must be made aware of. (Web site)

FormsUpDw('FORMS','-Abz-');

1. Force as power is the most basic of power forms.
2. Power can come in many forms, and different forms are attractive to different people.

Step-UpUpDw('STEP-UP','-Abz-');

1. In this case, a step-up transformer with poor voltage regulation suffices nicely for the task of conditioning power to the lamp.
2. With a step-up transformer, we could operate the 250 volt heater element on the 125 volt power system like Figure below.

ResistanceUpDw('RESISTANCE','-Abz-');

1. But resistance to imperial power won't come from within.
2. Foucauldian resistance neither predates the power it opposes nor issues from a site external to power. (Web site)

High PowerUpDw('HIGH_POWER','-Abz-');

1. A high power amplifier using solid state technology (i.e.
2. Manufacturer of low-to-high power CO2 lasers, high power YAG lasers and low power pulsed glass lasers.

Three TypesUpDw('THREE_TYPES','-Abz-');

1. There are three types of power or force that can be applied. (Web site)
2. Power structures generally rest on a complex mix of the three types of power. (Web site)

Electrical PowerUpDw('ELECTRICAL_POWER','-Abz-');

1. Generally, rms phasors are used in electrical power engineering whereas peak phasors are often used in low-power circuit analysis.
2. Note 2: A Class A primary power source assures, to a high degree of reliability, a continuous supply of ac electrical power. (Web site)

EliteUpDw('ELITE','-Abz-');

1. Elite standing was based on power, not wealth. (Web site)
2. Ideas: The sociological imagination. The power elite. (Web site)

AttorneyUpDw('ATTORNEY','-Abz-');

1. A durable power of attorney is a form of agency. (Web site)
2. A Power of Attorney is a document that may be signed by someone (the principal) to give someone else (the agent) the power to act on the principal's behalf.

PowerUpDw('POWER','-Abz-');

1. Analyze relations of power and privilege within contemporary US society.
2. Similarly, in electrical circuits, dissipated power is typically proportional to the square of voltage or current when the impedance is held constant.
3. For example, to determine the amount of power dissipated by a resistor due to a sinusoidal current, the rms value of the current must be known.
4. HV power supply - Usually a self-contained module which generates the corona voltages. (Web site)
5. Cools a power converter by adding a heat sink or attaching the module to the system chassis. (Web site)

CategoriesUpDw('Categories','-Abz-');

1. Encyclopedia of Finance. > Technology > Energy
2. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Nature > Systems
3. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Information
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5. Glossaries > Glossary of Physical Quantity /