Efficiency = (860.4*100)/(Heat rate in kCal/kWh) or Efficiency = (860.4*4.18*100)/(Heat rate in kJ/kWh) Ex 1: if heat rate is 2500 kCal/kWh, then efficiency is 34.416% Ex 2: if heat rate is 9000 kJ/kWh, then efficiency is 39.96%
The fuel filter is located under the rear seat in the 2003 Honda Civic. However, according to most service manuals for the Honda Civic, the fuel filter requires changing after about 200,000 miles - only sooner if using cut-rate fuels.
The average rate of listening efficiency for most adults is 25%
Depends on the selling price, determined interest rate, and number of payments in the plan. There isn't one set answer to this.
Not enough information. Is it turbocharged? Is it a piston engine? What type of fuel does it use? If you know its rate of fuel use and its efficiency you can find the power produced.
The answer depends on how the rate is measured.Consider the fuel efficiency rate for cars. Under the outdated Imperial system, it is measured as miles per gallon and the volume of fuel is the denominator. The SI definition is based on litres per 100 kilometres. So the distance travelled is the denominator.
it's 'productivity' !!=]
consistecy feed rate
every company rates personal efficiency according to the qualities that are considered significant for its needs.