watt-hour

NOUN
  1. a unit of energy equal to the power of one watt operating for one hour
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  • Conversions from/to Joule kilowatt-hour electronvolt calorie Btu horsepower hour foot-pound dyne - centimeter therm Joule
  • One watt-hour is the amount of electrical energy equivalent to a one-watt load drawing power for one hour. Watt-hour
  • Conversions from/to Joule kilowatt-hour electronvolt calorie Btu horsepower hour foot-pound dyne - centimeter therm Joule
  • 1 B.T. U. (British T.ermal Unit) = 1,052 watt-seconds = 778 foot-pounds = 0.252 calorie = 0.000292 kilowatt-hours = 0.000391 horsepower-hour Practical Mechanics for Boys
  • Since early September, however, the amount of electricity from Opportunity's solar panels has increased markedly - and unexpectedly - to more than 700 watt-hours per day at times, a level not seen since the first 10 weeks of the mission.
  • The following conversions are based on the IT calorie. from/to Joule kilowatt-hour electronvolt calorie Btu horsepower hour foot-pound dyne - centimeter therm Calorie
  • The watt-hour (symbol W·h) is a unit of energy commonly used to measure electricity. Watt-hour
  • In the past 10 years alone, the energy density of lithium-ion batteries has doubled, and the price per watt-hour has fallen by more than 80%. Matthew Yglesias » Anti-Volt Isn’t Anti-Car
  • It is expected that for every square meter of surface, the process could generate about 1 watt-hour per year. ALTERNATIVE ENERGY: Rain Power | Inhabitat
  • The ‘eyes’ were LED read-outs in either kilowatt-hours or the amount of actual money you are currently throwing out the window.
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