Kinetic Energy definition

Kinetic Energy means the energy that a Synchronous Providing Unit possesses due to its rotation;
Kinetic Energy means the energy of motion of an object, which is completely described by magnitude alone and has no direction.

Examples of Kinetic Energy in a sentence

  • Schedule 4 Other Services Part A Synchronous Inertial Response (SIR) 1 Definition of Service Synchronous Inertial Response (SIR) is the Kinetic Energy (at a Frequency of 50Hz) of a Centrally Dispatched Synchronous Providing Unit multiplied by the SIR Factor (SIRF).

  • The Kinetic Energy and Minimum Generation of the Providing Unit form the basis for calculating SIR Available Volume when Synchronised to the Power System.

Related to Kinetic Energy

  • Renewable energy means energy derived from sunlight, wind, falling water, biomass, sustainable or

  • CSP means the annual cost-sharing percentage determined by the Fund Office on the basis of the CSF, which will be charged to all funds contributed to Window 2, Window 3 and the Provisional Account and all Bilateral Funding as a proportional reimbursement to Window 1, from which all System Costs are paid.

  • Biogas means gaseous fuels produced from biomass;

  • Renewable energy system means a fixture, product, device, or interacting group of fixtures, products, or devices on the customer's side of the meter that use 1 or more renewable energy resources to generate electricity. Renewable energy system includes a biomass stove but does not include an incinerator or digester.

  • Energy means electricity, natural gas, steam, hot or chilled water, fuel oil, or other product for use in a building, or renewable on-site electricity generation, for purposes of providing heating, cooling, lighting, water heating, or for powering or fueling other end-uses in the building and related facilities, as reflected in Utility bills or other documentation of actual Energy use.