electrical power

NOUN
  1. the product of voltage and current
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  • This ambitious one-off docudrama imagines what would happen if the country lost all its electrical power after a cyber attack. The Sun
  • A short circuit is simply a low resistance connection between the two conductors supplying electrical power to any circuit.
  • In July, Premier Whitney appointed his own three-man commission of inquiry to examine the subject of electrical power.
  • The fundamental transformation uses electrical power to drive aircraft subsystems currently powered by hydraulic, pneumatic, or mechanical means.
  • Principally, weight and electrical power were the factors that required the much smaller black-and-white-image orthicon TV camera. First Man
  • There is no running water and no electrical power except from oil-powered generators.
  • These engines also could provide electrical power instead of relying on solar cells or batteries.
  • It was another aircraft's ordinance (i.e. an unguided 5-inch Mk-32 "Zuni" rocket, one of four contained in a LAU-10 underwing rocket pod) mounted on a F-4 Phantom II, which accidentally fired due to an electrical power surge during the switch from external power to internal power. Obama Hits McCain For "Schoolyard Taunts"
  • If your aircraft is intact after an event, and you need the data from the device, remove or disconnect the power plugs before applying any electrical power to the aircraft.
  • Armed and camouflaged individuals can get close to chemical, agricultural, business facilities, gas pipelines, electrical powerlines, substations, transformers and airports.
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