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the quality of being efficient

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the power or capacity to produce a desired result

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the ratio of the output to the input of any system

skillfulness in avoiding wasted time and effort

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Coreless furnaces have electrical efficiencies from 76-81%, and induction furnaces operated in tandem can achieve a maximum electric power utilization exceeding 80%.
In comparison, typical inorganic LEDs operate at efficiencies of 1 to 2 percent, he says.
The funding will also be used to broaden the product range to address a wider market, including higher RF powers and support for high voltage RF device technologies which when used in conjunction with Nujira's HAT[TM] technology can deliver even higher PA efficiencies.
Powers new Doherty power amplifier (PA) architectures to achieve power efficiencies in excess of 40 percent, more than doubling the efficiency of currently deployed Class A/B LDMOS PAs;
This award funds a proof-of-concept land-based demonstration of a carbonate SSFC power plant that will operate at much greater efficiencies than the Navy's traditional power plants such as diesel generators.
The ceramic rotary "regenerator," called Cerotex(TM), also transfers heat from one gas to another at exceptionally high efficiencies, in excess of 98%.
This approaches the objective of the DOE's Vision 21 Program of developing larger, multi-MW power plants that will generate electricity with net efficiencies approaching 75 percent on natural gas with near-zero emissions.
VHA's mission is to assist its members in achieving cost improvements and workflow efficiencies," said K.