Power loss and missing out under power?
why 1991 Chevy silverado misses out while under power
To minimize the power loss associated with transmission. Power loss in the conductors used to transmit power is defined P = I^2 * R. Another equation for power is P = V*I. To minimize the power loss and still provide the same amount of total power, current is decreased and voltage must be increased.
What causes a toy Avalon to lose power while driving down rd and when you try to accelerate it makes a funny noise under car?
If it is more of a noise than a power loss, then you may simply have a loose exhaust bracket or heat shield. Either of these can make a lot of noise under load. If you are experiencing a loss of power, then the problem may be that the catalytic converter is beginning to fail. If so, replace the them soon.
In power transmission system, the distance of transmission does matter. The further distance, the more power loss will occurs. The is two main element in power transmission which is current (I) and voltage (V). The power loss can be minimized by reducing the amount of current in transmission. P=IV. So, increasing the voltage will cause the current will decreasing the current hence reducing the power loss.