Asked in Cable InternetCleaningMountainsLaundry
What are the peak and non peak hour to save elecric?
Asked in Chemical Bonding
Will the pH value of water bodies be affected during peak and non peak hours?
What is 'non-coincident peak demand' in an electrical system?
What is the conversion for rms power to peak to peak power?
What is the peak of the Washington Monument made from?
Asked in New York City, Tolls, Bridges and Tunnels
How much is the toll on the George Washington Bridge?
Heading from New Jersey into New York, the toll is $8 for cars without EZ-Pass, at all times. With EZ-Pass, it's $8 during Peak Hours and $6 for Non-Peak Hours. For motorcycles, it's a dollar less, with or without EZ-Pass, during Peak or Non-Peak hours. There is NO toll for cars heading from New York to New Jersey.
Asked in Salary and Pay Rates
What should teachers be paid in non profit organizations?
Asked in Earth Hour
Do you turn your lights off for one minute or one hour on earth hour?
What is the Relationship between the peak-to-peak DC voltage across RL and the peak input voltage in full wave rectifier?
The input voltage, an AC Sine Wave will have a Peak-to-Peak value equal to 2X its Peak value. Once rectified, all the Peaks will be either above or below the Zero reference line. They'll look like a series of identical bumps. The net value of the unrectified voltage will be Zero. The positive and negative waveforms canceling each other out. The rectified waveform will be all positive or negative and its net value will be non-zero. Its AVERAGE value will be .636 times its Peak value. Its Root Mean Square (RMS) value will be .707 times its Peak value. Its Peak-to-Peak value will equal 1X the Peak value.
For 10V electrolytic capacitor how much peak to peak voltage signal can be applied?
What is 20 dollars per hour equal for one year?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Mathematical Finance
How many cups an hour can a camel drink in ten minutes?
Is it less expensive to use gas or electric to dry clothes?
Gas is always cheaper than electric, just look at your utility bills. In many regions of the US, electric utility companies offer "time of use" rates and establish peak and non-peak use times. During off peak times the rate is quite comparable with natural gas ... but in high peak periods, electric costs per Kwh can be more than double that of off peak rates.