Energy Consumption Sample Clauses

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 a. Natural gas consumption shall not exceed 37,000 BTU per denatured gallon of fuel grade ethanol.
Energy Consumption. For LICENSOR’S process areas 1300, 1400, 1500, 1550 and 1900: Not more than 3.15 lbs. of steam per pound of anhydrous alcohol produced. (Steam shall be saturated and at a pressure of not less than 150 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. For energy consumption calculation only, energy used in generating AV is considered since it is the most important phase. For the 3GPP defined and proposed AKA authentication protocols, the terminal’s security activities include the execution of the EPS-AKA and the IMS-AKA authentication protocol. Therefore, E=EEPS-AKA + EIMS-AKA where E denotes the energy consumption. In the 3GPP defined authentication protocol, the terminal’s energy cost to execute the EPS-AKA authentication protocol includes the generation of AUTN number which is made up of generating Anonymity Key (AK) and MAC, generating the RES number, and generating CK, IK and deriving KASME as shown in (14). E3GPP-EPS-AKA = EAK + EMAC + ERES + XXX + EIK + EKASME (14) (AVISPA) [19], which indicated that it is a very secure level. The main advantage of this tool is the ability to use different verification techniques on the same protocol specification. The protocol designer interacts with the tool by specifying a security problem in the High Level Protocol Specification Language (HLPSL). The HLPSL is an expressive, modular, role-based, formal language that is used to specify control-flow patterns, data-structures, alternative intruder models and complex security properties, as well as different cryptographic primitives and their algebraic properties. The primary goal of our proposed protocol is to provide mutual AKA services between the IoT devices, the MME and the PCSCF. We need to verify that the proposed protocol can provide a successful mutual authentication between the entities by using back-end servers. The output of the model checking results are shown in Figs. 8 and 9. The energy cost to execute the IMS-AKA authentication protocol is shown in (15). E3GPP-IMS-AKA = EAK + EMAC + ERES + XXX + EIK (15) We used the AES as the kernel encryption algorithm. In addition, Keyed Hash MAC-Secure Hash Algorithm (HMAC-SHA-256) is used as the key derivation function. The energy consumption of AES and HMAC was analyzed in [20]. The results showed the energy consumption of AES algorithm is made first in the key setup phase which is 7.87 μJ and the second is in the encryption/decryption phase. In the encryption/decryption phase, the Energy Consumption Per Byte (EPB) is 1.21 μJ. For the HMAC-SHA-256, the EPB is 1.16 μJ. Therefore, the energy can be calculated as shown in (16) and (17). Protocols Storage Cost (bits) IMS-AKA 128+1536 EPS-AKA 276+1088 Proposed AKA 276+1088+368 (LTE Domain) 128+256+192 (IMS Domain)...
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 [ * ] Portions omitted pursuant to a request for confidential treatment and filed separately with the Securities and Exchange Commission. PROCESS GUARANTEE SCHEDULE C SPECIFICATIONS OF AUXILIARIES, CHEMICAL AND UTILITIES AS PRE-CONDITION FOR PERFORMANCE TEST
Energy Consumption. To the extent Lessor is required by any present or future law, ordinance rule, regulation or order of any government authority having jurisdiction over the Premise to disclose or cause the applicable utility and energy providers to disclose the energy consumption data relating to the Premise, including, but not limited to authorizing the applicable utility and energy providers to upload energy consumption data related to the Premises, Lessee shall cooperate with Lessor in disclosing the energy consumption data relating to the Premises, including, but not limited to, authorizing the applicable utility and energy providers to upload energy consumption data related to the Premises.
Energy Consumption. For energy consumption, RIWA only needs simple compu- tations of bit comparisons. The main energy consumption is bit transmissions. To generate 128 bit key, considering 50% probability that a bit is effective and the discard of guard bits, the number of bits transmitted is about 512. ECDH needs about 1 kbit transmission (both overheads of ECDH and RIWA are not considered), which is a little more than RIWA. More importantly, ECDH has high computa- tional complexity; the energy consumed by computation of the cryptographic operations is at least one order of magni- tude larger than transmissions [15].
Energy Consumption. The Consultant’s design shall reduce the energy consumption of the building and site systems through the use of energy-saving mechanical, electrical, lighting, building envelope and construction technologies.
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;