Engine Position Sensor.
The most likely cause of low-power, when under load, in your Cummins N14 diesel engine is a lack of fuel. The problem can also be a lack of air flow.
Fuel or air.
This would be only caused by Excessive blow by from the engine position sensor.
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Maybe fuel filter Maybe plugged catalytic converter
A few things can cause this problem, stuck open wastegate, excessive blow-by or an air leak on one of your intake hoses.
major component of power loss in a transformer is secondary resistance.when transformer is operated under no load,no current flows through the secondary.so under no load conditions transformer has just very small megnetic losses.
Probably the increased load on the engine caused by the power steering pump.
Boost pressure at full throttle under load should be about 37lbs.
Reactive power flow results in a lower power factor. In transmission systems, this can be due to unequal source voltages. In load networks, this is usually due to motor load.
The 'type' of power is determined by the load. If the load is resistive (e.g. a lamp) then the rate at which it consumes energy is termed 'true power', expressed in watts.You seem to be under the impression that reactive power is 'pushed out' into a load. This is quite false; the loaddetermines the power.