### How do you get the aggregate working load limit for a commercial motor vehicles?

I've never heard of an aggregate working load limit for a vehicle. The only place that term is used in the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Reglations is in the load securement section. If that is what you meant, it's pretty simple. Most tiedowns and chains should be marked with their Working Load Limit. If they are, you simply add them up. Five synthetic straps with Load Limits of 7,000 pounds each equals an aggregate…

### How to compute the minimum load of 16 MW generator?

A generator, rated at 16 MW, should be able to continuously supply a load of 16 MW. You don't need to compute its 'minimum load', because the minimum load will be zero watts! In other words, you can run the generator with no load whatsoever if you wish to waste fuel. The point is that the power supplied by a generator is determined by the load, NOT by the generator itself -so it is important…

### How many classes per semester for associate's degree?

The minimum credit load for a full-time student is 12 credits about four courses. The average is 15 credits, or five courses. The minimum credit load for a full-time student is 12 credits about four courses. The average is 15 credits, or five courses. The minimum credit load for a full-time student is 12 credits about four courses. The average is 15 credits, or five courses. The minimum credit load for a full-time student is…

### How many credits is a full time student?

For colleges and universities that operate on a regular two semester academic year, the minimum credit load to be considered full-time is 12 credits. For colleges and universities that operate on a regular two semester academic year, the minimum credit load to be considered full-time is 12 credits. For colleges and universities that operate on a regular two semester academic year, the minimum credit load to be considered full-time is 12 credits. For colleges and…

### College full time students how many units do you have to take?

For colleges and universities that operate on a regular two semester academic year, the minimum credit load for a full-time student is 12 credits. For colleges and universities that operate on a regular two semester academic year, the minimum credit load for a full-time student is 12 credits. For colleges and universities that operate on a regular two semester academic year, the minimum credit load for a full-time student is 12 credits. For colleges and…

### What is Unit commitment and economic dispatch in deregulated environment?

Economic Dispatch l Given load l Given set of units on-line l How much should each unit generate to meet this load at minimum cost? G G G Load Unit Commitment l Given load profile (e.g. values of the load for each hour of a day) l Given set of units available l When should each unit be started, stopped and how much should it generate to meet the load at minimum cost? rajirahulm@gmail.com

### What is the start up time for a biomass power station?

The load-following capability, or dispatchability, of the bubbling fluidized bed units depends on the startup, ramp, and shutdown period requirements as shown below. The best load-following scenario for these facilities is operating the units at maximum load during peak/partial peak periods, then reducing to minimum load during off-peak periods. The generating units may be taken completely offline on weekends and holidays and started up for normal weekdays. Chow II El Nido Madera From cold shutdown…

### Why it is not good for diesel generator run with minimum load?

below some about 25% (or maybe 50% depending on the model) of their full rated capacity, or else condensation can occur in the exhaust system. That causes corrosion and a shortening of lifetime or at least increased maintenance cost. The minimum load ratio has no direct effect on the operating hours of the generator, it is simply a constraint on how low the generator power output can go. But raising the minimum load ratio could…

### What is shunt source?

The circuit is designed so that at maximum load current the shunt regulator draws virtually no current and at minimum load current, the shunt voltage regulator passes the full current. As a result, it can be seen that shunt regulators are inefficient because maximum current is drawn from the source regardless of the load current, i.e. even when there is no load current.

### What is the minimum number of watt meters needed to measure the total three-phase power in a balanced three-phase four-wire system?

Blondel's Theorem states that, 'for an unbalanced three-phase load, you can use one less wattmeter than there are wires supplying that load'. So, if you have a balanced three-phase load, supplied with four wires (three line conductors and a neutral), the neutral is redundant (for a balanced load, no current flows through the neutral), so it is equivalent to a three-wire system, so you can use two wattmeters. If, however, the load is unbalanced (with…

### How do you play Pokemon Red on n64 transfer pak?

You will need to put in Pokemon Stadium or Pokemon Stadium 2 in the Nintendo 64. Attach the Transfer Pak and Red version to the N64 controller then turn the game on. Go to the main mode on Stadium (in 2 its called White City) and then select GB Tower. Press A to load your game (in 2 you can choose to load Minimum or Max by hitting C Right). The game will load up…

### What is the difference between GVWR and empty ship weight?

gvwr means gross vehicle weight rating this is what the vehicle would weigh with all load .fuel, and passengers empty ship weight is what the vehicle would weigh if being shipped this would also indicate that there would be no load or passengers and minimum amout of fuel in vehicle minimum fuel would only be enuff to move it from what it was shipped on

### How do you calculate ton from maximum laden weight and unladen weight?

to calculate ton on a vehicle i am assuming you are talking about how to calculate the weight that can be loaded to a vehicle first drive unloaded vehicle to scales and have it weighed this will give u an unladen weight you then find the goss vehical weight(gvw) that is usually on a tag somewhere near a door of vehicle and also on registration papers you the subtrat enpty weight ,eg 17000 lbs, from…