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physical, mental, financial, or legal power to perform

the ability or power to seize or attain

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capability to perform or produce

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the susceptibility of something to a particular treatment

the amount that can be contained

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the maximum production possible

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a specified function

(computer science) the amount of information (in bytes) that can be stored on a disk drive

an electrical phenomenon whereby an electric charge is stored

the power to learn or retain knowledge

tolerance for alcohol

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The decline in fresh project starts on a yearly basis during FY17-FY19 clearly points to the likely decrease in thermal capacity addition over the medium term.
Specific thermal capacity of CA/PHB blends was obtained by the photothermal technique through the use of an experimental arrangement composed by an argon laser (Omicron Model 543-AP) whose beam was modulated with a mechanical chopper (EG&G Model 650).
according to Jeff Schweitzer, Pratt & Whitney AETD program director, Pratt & Whitney's AETD team is designing an engine with technologies including a three-stream adaptive fan; a high-efficiency and high-pressure ratio compression system which takes advantage of advanced commercially-derived aerodynamics; a high-temperature, high-efficiency turbine; an optimised three-stream compatible exhaust system and an advanced engine thermal management system with greatly enhanced thermal capacity.
where: [DELTA][T.sub.air]--change of air temperature, K; [DELTA]Q--thermal balance of indoor space per each time step, J; [c.sub.p]--specific thermal capacity of air, J/(kg K); [rho]--air density, kg/[m.sup.3]; V--volume of indoor air, [m.sup.3].
Material is presented in logical order, rather than chronological order of discovery, from the heat operator and mean values through subtemperatures and the Dirichlet problem, temperature on an infinite strip, green functions and heat potentials, polar sets and thermal capacity, and thermal fine topology.
OGK-1 (OGK1 RX - Hold) is a wholesale genco with 9.8GW of thermal capacity, located predominately in the Urals region.
Individual symbols: derivation dT/dt means a tangent direction (see figure 4), C [J.[K.sup.-1]]--system thermal capacity, V [[m.sup.3]]-volume, c [mol.[m.sup.-3]]--molar concentration, n [mol]--the number of mole.
In 2007, installed thermal capacity, including geothermal heat pumps, amounted to approximately 10,000 megawatt thermal (MWth) in the EU27 and 15,000 MWth for all Europe.
The net installed thermal capacity of WAPDA comes to about 4,811 MW.
While coal will continue to dominate power generation in the near future, we have also chalked out plans to have about 50 per cent of the coalbased thermal capacity addition through supercritical units during the 12th ( 2012- 17) plan period and 100 per cent by the end of the 13th plan ( 2017- 22)," power minister Sushilkumar Shinde said.
This higher thermal capacity also helps to limit peak NOx emissions by maintaining cooler inlet air temperatures.
The Liquid Cool process builds on gas-assisted moulding to use the greater thermal capacity of water than air to removed heat from the moulding.
Metso will deliver a circulating fluidized bed (CFB) boiler with a thermal capacity of 155 MW and a flue gas treatment plant.
Gunay said Turkey's thermal capacity was high but accommodation in this area was limited.
There has been increasing investment in thermal capacity as a means to reduce reliance on hydro-power and utilise domestic hydrocarbon resources.