Energy Consumption. Instruments shall be provided to measure the electrical energy or fuel consumption of the refrigeration unit. The electrical energy and fuel consumption shall be determined with an accuracy of ±0.5%.
Energy Consumption. AI reserves the right to enter a Unit to turn off appliances left in operation when no one is present, to conserve energy. Doors must remain closed in order to prevent air conditioning malfunctions. The Student agrees not to use any appliances, fixtures, or plumbing facilities in the Unit for any purpose other than that for which said items were designed. Any damage resulting from the misuse of such items shall be paid for by the Student.
Energy Consumption. As nodes in WBAN are severely en- ergy constrained, the PPKA protocol needs to be minimalistic in terms of computation, communication and storage overhead. TABLE I: Notations used in  Symbol h(.) (a, b) ⊕ SA N HN IN idN idIj N tidN kHN kN , fN rN aN , bN xN , yN α, β, γ, η, µ kS tN X → Y : Z Description Cryptographic hash function Concatenation of a and b Bitwise XOR operation k System Administrator Normal Node Hub Node Intermediary Node Long term secret/identity of node N Relay identity of node IN Temporary identity of node N Master secret key of HN Temporary secret parameters chosen by HN Temporary secret parameter chosen by N Authentication parameters stored in N Auxiliary authentication parameters Authentication parameters computed by HN Shared session key Timestamp generated by node N Entity X sends message Z to entity Y Energy consumption in WBANs is dominated by radio com- munications , which mainly depends on the number of bits to be transmitted within the network. Consequently, the PPKA protocol should be designed such that the number of bits to be exchanged between the protocol participants and the computational overhead for nodes N should be minimal.
Energy Consumption. For LICENSOR’S process areas 1300, 1400, 1500, 1550 and 1900: Not more than [ * ] lbs. of steam per pound of anhydrous alcohol produced. (Steam shall be saturated and at a pressure of not less than [ * ] psig at the battery limits.) MAY 1, 2006 PROCESS GUARANTEE SCHEDULE C SPECIFICATIONS OF AUXILIARIES, CHEMICAL AND UTILITIES AS PRE-CONDITION FOR PERFORMANCE TEST
Energy Consumption. SEATTLE CENTRAL reserves the right to enter a Unit to turn off appliances left in operation when no one is present, to conserve energy. Doors must remain closed in order to prevent heating and/or air conditioning malfunctions. The Resident agrees not to use any appliances, fixtures, or plumbing facilities in the Unit for any purpose other than that for which said items were designed. Any damage resulting from the misuse of such items shall be paid for by the Resident.
Energy Consumption. The consumption of energy is expected to increase with the additional activities brought by new developments in NCH. However, if we compared the energy for the existing OZP allowable development with the refined MLP, there has been a reduction of operational energy use. It is estimated that this project require about 1,031 million MJ/year compared to the baseline 1,392 million MJ/year. This is a reduction of 25.9% from the baseline; and 9.6% and 8.6% from the Scheme A and B proposed at the Stage 2 Study respectively in the operational phase. Detailed calculation can be found in Tables 5 and 6 below: Table 5: Calculation of Energy Use for Approved OZP Table 6: Calculation of Energy Use for Refined MLP According to Xxxxxxxx ETWB TCW No. 16/2005, government projects are to adopt energy efficient features and renewable energy technologies. Energy efficient features include general building configurations i.e. building orientation, material to be chosen from low thermal conductivity, building envelope insulation, etc., building energy management system, lighting installation, air-conditioning installation, lift and escalator installation, electrical installation. Renewable energy includes PV technology (involve open space or flat surfaces more than 1000m2, and also the BIPV on the façade, wind turbine (sites with mean wind power density above 200W/m2, bio-gas heating/electricity generation technology. If the suggested energy efficient features are adopted, it would contribute to promoting the sustainable use of natural resources by minimizing ecological footprint through improving consumption (energy) efficiency. Environmental friendly transport system will also contribute to the reduction of energy use in the site.
Energy Consumption. The number of equivalent static brake applications defined within paragraph 2.5. of the Test Report may be used in conjunction with the verification procedure of paragraph 7.3. of Annex 20 to this Regulation . Alternatively the test procedure specified within paragraph 6.1. of Annex 13 to this Regulation may be used;
Energy Consumption. Researchers need to consider the size and speed of the message being sent to the recipient. This is because data transmission occurs under Dedicated Short-Range Communication (DSRC) and, in the case of vehicle networks defined in IEEE 802.11p, it belongs to the physical protocol layer. This IEEE standard operates at 10 MHz channel bandwidth, 5.8 GHz frequency, 25 dBm transmit power, and 6 Mbps data rate . The energy consumption for the verification scheme can be calculated as Eet (for the execution time of key generation and message confirmation) Eco (for the communication cost for message confirmation) and it is measured in millijoule (mJ). For the execution time, Eet = Tc ∗ C, where Tc = Total computation cost, C = cpu maximum power, which is 10.88 W for wireless communication networks . Eet = (Dm ∗ C)/(Dr), where Dm = the size of message, Dr = the data rate for vehicular communications (6000 Kbps). By referring to Table 5, we can say that the proposed protocol consumes the least energy. Table 5. Energy consumption. Protocols Execution Energy Consumption Communication Energy Consumption Xxxxxxxx et al.  203.978 mJ 0.239 xX Xxxxx et al.  0.774 mJ 0.181 xX Xxxxxxxxx et al.  0.305 mJ 0.225 xX Xxxx 0.024 mJ 0.181 mJ