electrical energy

NOUN
  1. energy made available by the flow of electric charge through a conductor
    The power went oout around midnight
    they built a car that runs on electricity
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How To Use electrical energy In A Sentence

  • However, if piezzo electrics is the convertion of mechanical energy into electrical energy then I don’t think we are talking about gravity. ALTERNATIVE ENERGY: Rain Power | Inhabitat
  • Some systems concentrate and focus waves, which increases their height and their potential for conversion to electrical energy.
  • The implementation of additional steps in the safe job working procedure (i.e., testing the bushings with a ‘noisy tester’ or statoscope) prior to performance of maintenance would indicate to the employee the presence or non-presence of electrical energy in the bushings.
  • Recent designs have miniaturized electrical motors activating a pusher plate within the device, but connected to externally carried batteries by wire, or by a transcutaneous electrical energy transfer system.
  • Barrier layer cells are transducers that convert light energy into electrical energy.
  • Fuel cells directly produce power by converting chemical energy into electrical energy.
  • Recent studies have revealed that the motility of this cell is based on a membrane motor that directly uses electrical energy.
  • Barrier layer cells are transducers that convert light energy into electrical energy.
  • That electrical energy—what I call the z-thing—is the zizz, the zam. Soul Trapper
  • Any measurement of electrical energy had to be a synthesis of its constituent elements of charge, current, voltage and resistance. MEASURING AMERICA
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