How many homes will 1 megawatts power?
This is very dependent on the society concerned, but I guess you mean in a developed industrial society such as the US or Europe, and again whether you mean average or maximum demand per house.
Making it simple, the average demand per house is about 2 Kw, so 1 Mw will supply 500 houses. However if all those houses were cooking their Christmas (or Thanksgiving) turkeys at the same time, this could easily rise to 5 Kw per house, and more if electric heating is in use. Spare a thought for the power station staff keeping it all going!
It depends on the country and the area. In the UK it would power 200-300 houses, every day.
mega = 1 million, 1 megawatts is 1,000,000 watts
To calculate tph to megawatts you need to know how many tph are in one megawatts. The equation is 1 mw is equal to 4 tph.
1 million watts = 1 megawatt. 1 Megawatt = 1,000,000 watts
"mega-" means "1 million" (106) So in 1660 megawatts (MW) there are 1660 million watts (W) = 1.66 x 109 W
The unit measurement of power is the Watt, which is defined as 1 joule per second. This is rather a small unit so it generally becomes kilowatts or megawatts
1 megawatt = 1,000,000 watts 1 kilowatt = 1,000 watts So 544 million kilowatts is 524,000,000,000 watts. In megawatts this is 524,000 MW. Or 524 gigawatts (GW)
Watts, and can be kiloWatts or MegaWatts depending on quantity. 1 Watt = 1 Joule per second. You can also use horsepower, 1 HP = 745.7 Watts.
If it has a battery that is electromagnetic energy, but if you mean radiation force you need 300 megawatts of power for 1 Newton force.
1 megawatt = 1 million watts = 1000 kilowatts. So 1 megawatt for 1000 hours will give 1 million kilowatthours. More megawatts will give the same kilowatthours in a shorter time period. Don't forget- watts, kilowatts, megawatts are rates of energy, kilowatthours are quantities of energy. A quantity is given by a rate x a time period.
1 Watt = Voltage * Ampere * Power factor The Power factor normally is about 0.9 in our homes So, 1kva=1000*0.9= 900 Watts.
1 KV is 1,000 volts. 1 MW is 1,000,000 watts. They are different measures. It's like asking, "how many fat grams are in 10 pounds of food."
A typical nuclear power plant with a capacity of 1100 MWe, such as the McGuire 1 plant in North Carolina, generates around 10 billion kWh of electricity each year. (1) A typical US household consumes around 11,200 kWh each year, according to the EIA (2) So, based on these figures, a nuclear power plant supplies enough electricity to supply 893,000 homes.
Average electric power used in Australia is 1.1 kW per person averaged over 1 year. ACT has 370,000 people so the average power used is 400 Megawatts. The supply probably has the capacity to supply 2-3 times that at times of peak usage, usually in hot weather when aircon is in use widely.
The fundamental unit for all types of energy is the Joule, and this is related to power as 1 Watt = 1 Joule/sec. Output power of a nuclear reactor is measured in Watts, or for large power reactors in MegaWatts, and would typically be around 3000 MW. That is the thermal output of the reactor, when coupled to a Rankine cycle steam/generating plant this would produce about 1000 MW electrical.
1 MW = 1 000 kW = 1 000 000 W = 1 000 000 J / s = 1 000 000 V*A... What units are you looking for? The standard unit for Power is W. The power company will charge you for kW/h. (kW per hour) MW = Megawatt kW = Kilowatt J / s = Joules per second kW/h = Kilowatts per hour V*A = Volts "times" Amps
Anywhere from 1-5
The duggars only have 1 big home
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That depends entirely upon the size of the solar panel and how many cells it has. Panels can be small enough to fit on and power a pocket calculator, generating less than 1 volt, or they can be very large, such as those you might find on a residential rooftop for supplying 110 volt power for the home's needs. Or, they can be absolutely massive, generating megawatts of power, such as the ones used for… Read More
They had 1 home together in Surrey.
1 to 5 huge homes
Yes, they exist. Capacitors are often used to change a low power factor (such as 0.5) to a higher power factor near unity (1). In some instances, this will lower fees and costs to utilities. In homes, this is not really necessary as most devices used in homes are near unity power factor, or tend to be minor/sporadic loads (such as a washing machine).
The prefix "giga" is used in SI (Metric) and some other units to mean "one billion" (109). The corresponding prefixes are kilo for one thousand and mega for one million. 1 gigavolt = 1 billion volts 1 gigawatt = 1 billion watts (1000 megawatts)
0.001 or .001 or 1/1,000th or one one thousandth or a thousandth. A megawatt is 1,000,000 watts or one million watts. A kilowatt is 1,000 watts or one thousand watts.
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Engineering notation is similar to scientific notation, with the constraint that the power of ten must be a multiple of 3 (or -3) or zero. Example: 1. x 102 = 100. x 100 The advantage of engineering notation, is that moving between different metric prefixes (such as kilo-, mega-, giga-, milli-, micro-, nano-) is easier, because they change by a factor of 103. So in the example above with 1. x 102, if the units… Read More
About 10% of the US's electricity is hydro powered, so about 1 out of 10 homes is powered by hydroelectricity. But hydro power does account for 80% of renewable energy in the US.
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1 only and that's the one he is living in right now
there is over 1 millon that don't have homes and they need us!
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1660,000 kilowatts 1660,000,000 watts 1 large power plant 550 large wind turbines Enough power to power ~1.5 million homes (assuming average household usage is 1.1kW) a lot.
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The thermal output of a nuclear reactor is usually quoted in Megawatts(th) to distinguish it from the electrical power output in MWe. For a large PWR of output 1500 MWe, the thermal output of the reactor will be about 4500 MWth. Now 1 calorie = 4.2 Joules, so this power represents 1070 x 106 calories/sec
If a power station only has 1 generator what would the current flowing out through the wires be if its output was 200mw and 25000volts?
You mean MW (megawatts) not mw (milliwatts). If it is generating 200 MW, that is 200,000,000 watts, at 25,000 volts, the current is given by watts/volts = 8000 amps.
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