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.
Kinetic Energy. The energy of a body or a system with respect to the motion of the body or of the particles in the system. Large woody debris: A large piece of relatively stable woody material having a diameter greater than 30 cm (12 inches) and a length greater than 2 m (6 feet) that intrudes into the stream channel. Syn: LOD, large organic debris, log. Specific types of large woody debris include: affixed logs: Single logs or groups of logs that are firmly embedded, lodged or rooted in a stream channel. bole - Term referring to the stem or trunk of the tree. large bole - 10 m (33 feet) or more in length; often in the stream for extended periods. small bole - less than 10 m (33 feet), usually sections of bole; seldom stable, usually move downstream on high flows. deadheads: Logs that are not embedded, lodged, or rooted in the stream channel, but are submerged and close to the surface. digger log: Log anchored to the stream banks and/or channel bottom in such a way that a scour pool is formed. free logs: Logs or group of logs that are not embedded, lodged or rooted in the stream channel. root wad: The root mass of the tree. Syn: butt ends. snag: a) A standing dead tree; b) Sometimes a submerged fallen tree in large streams. The top of the tree is exposed or only slightly submerged. sweeper log: Fallen tree whose bole or branches form an obstruction to floating objects. Types of large organic debris accumulation: clumps: Accumulations of debris at irregularly spaced intervals along the channel margin, not forming major impediments to flow. jams: Large accumulations of debris partially or completely blocking the stream channel, creating major obstructions to flow. scattered: Single pieces of debris at irregularly spaced intervals along the channel. Least flow: Negotiated lowest flow in a regulated stream that will sustain an aquatic population at agreed upon levels. See Flow, minimum.

Examples of Kinetic Energy in a sentence

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

  • 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).

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