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main load falls - перевод на русский

Resistive load bank; Reactive load bank; Capacitive load bank; Capactive Load Banks; Load Bank; Resistive Load Banks; Load Banks; Capactive load banks; Reactive Load Banks; Capactive load bank
  • Multiple resistive load banks connected in a network to simulate data center server rack heat conditions.
  • An air-cooled load bank, being used for acceptance testing of a 3000 kW standby diesel generator set. This is one of three banks used to load the generator to verify performance on load changes and for factory run-in.
  • An operator controlling a resistive 200kW load bank being used to test a diesel generator.
  • Capacitor bank.

main load falls      

строительное дело

грузовой (крюковой) полиспаст (стрелы крана)

main load falls      
грузовой (крюковой) полиспаст (стрелы крана)
Idaho Falls         
  • "Falls" on the Snake River
  • link=Interstate 15 in Idaho
  • link = Idaho State Highway 43
  • The Idaho National Laboratory, the University of Idaho, Idaho State University, Boise State University, and the University of Wyoming have labs, classrooms, offices, and other facilities just north of downtown. Among these partnerships is the Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES), shown here, which overlooks the Snake River.
  • Melaleuca Freedom Celebration 2014
  • Skyline High School
  • SL-1 reactor core in Idaho Falls following a 1961 accident that killed three people
  • Entrance to the Idaho Falls Zoo
  • Taylor's Bridge, c. 1870
  • link = U.S. Route 20 in Idaho
  • link = U.S. Route 26 in Idaho
  • link = U.S. Route 91 in Idaho
  • Utah & Northern Bridge, c. 1880, looking north, or upriver, with railroad shops in background
ID Falls, ID; Taylorview Middle School; Idaho falls; Taylorview; Idaho Falls, ID; Downtown Idaho Falls, Idaho; South Idaho Falls, Idaho; Taylorview Junior High School; Idaho Falls; History of Idaho Falls, Idaho; Idaho Falls Police Department; Idaho Falls Police Department (Idaho)



г. Айдахо-Фолс


Ниагарский водопад
(англ. Niagara Falls, вероятно, от ирокезск. ниакаре - большой шум)

водопад в Северной Америке, на р. Ниагара, соединяющей озёра Эри и Онтарио (уровень воды в озере Эри на 99 м выше, чем в Онтарио). Образовался примерно 8-9 тыс. лет назад на уступе куэсты, сложенной доломитовыми известняками и глинистыми сланцами. За счёт размыва сланцев водопад постоянно отступает: за время своего существования - уже более чем на 11 км (ныне отступает со скоростью 7-10 см в год, на отдельных участках - до 1,5 м). Островом Козий Н. в. разделён на 2 потока: левый - канадский (называется также Подковой, шириной около 800 м, высотой 48 м), через который проходит около 95\% всего расхода воды (5730 м3/сек), вытекающей из озера Эри; правый - американский, шириной 300 м, высотой 51 м. Запасы гидроэнергии около 3 Гвт, большая часть их используется ГЭС (свыше 2 Гвт). В обход Н. в. сооружен судоходный канал Уэлленд. Туризм.


Load bank

A load bank is a piece of electrical test equipment used to simulate an electrical load, to test an electric power source without connecting it to its normal operating load. During testing, adjustment, calibration, or verification procedures, a load bank is connected to the output of a power source, such as an electric generator, battery, servoamplifier or photovoltaic system, in place of its usual load. The load bank presents the source with electrical characteristics similar to its standard operating load, while dissipating the power output that would normally be consumed by it. The power is usually converted to heat by a heavy duty resistor or bank of resistive heating elements in the device, and the heat removed by a forced air or water cooling system. The device usually also includes instruments for metering, load control, and overload protection. Load banks can either be permanently installed at a facility to be connected to a power source when needed, or portable versions can be used for testing power sources such as standby generators and batteries. They are necessary adjuncts to replicate, prove, and verify the real-life demands on critical power systems. They are also used during operation of intermittent renewable power sources such as wind turbines to shed excess power that the electric power grid cannot absorb.