Asked in Literature and Language
Literature and Language
What does it mean potential to be harnessed?
Asked in Solar Power, Malaysia
What is the potential of solar energy in Malaysia?
Solar energy is an energy harnessed from the sun. According to researches, Malaysia has great potential in harnessing solar energy; in fact Malaysia is already keen to develop solar energy as one of their largest source of energy. ...
Asked in Hydro Power
How available is hydroelectric energy?
Wherever there is a river, it can usually be harnessed (using a dam and/or turbines). Wherever there are tides, they can occasionally be harnessed (using a barrage and/or turbines). Wherever there are ocean waves, they can usually be harnessed (using machines to capture their movement to produce electricity). ...
Asked in Example Sentences
How do you use the word harnessed in a sentence?
Jack harnessed his horse in preparation for the journey ahead. (gear used to attach a horse to pull something- like a wagon or plow) Jeremy harnessed an adrenaline-fueled strength to lift the car off the injured worker. Scientists harnessed the power of nuclear fission to generate electricity. (to bring under control, direct, or grab hold of in order to use) ...
Asked in Actors & Actresses
What actors and actresses appeared in Harnessed Rhythm - 1936?
The cast of Harnessed Rhythm - 1936 includes: Dixie Dan as Himself - a Horse Pete Smith as Narrator ...
Asked in TV Shows and Series
What are the release dates for TEDTalks - 2006 William Kamkwamba How I Harnessed the Wind?
TEDTalks - 2006 William Kamkwamba How I Harnessed the Wind was released on: USA: July 2009 ...
Can energy produced by exercise be harnessed?
During exercise, the body temperature rises and is regulated by sweating. In principle the excess heat could be harnessed by wearing a suit with waterpipes powering a small electrical turbine. As for the mechanical power, it could be harnessed for example through an exercise bicycle with a generator. ...
What is the potential voltage?
Unless you are using 'potential' in the general sense (i.e. "What is the possible voltage?"), there is no such engineering term as 'potential voltage'. Voltage is a synonym for 'potential difference', so your expression would then mean "What is the potential potential difference?" Do not mix up 'potential' with 'potential difference' (voltage); they are two different things. ...