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kW

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

• abbreviation kilowatt

• noun metrology Symbol for the kilowatt, an SI unit of power equal to 103 watts.

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Examples

• The Chevrolet Traverse is rated at 288 horsepower (215 kW) * and 270 lb. -ft. of torque (366 Nm) * with dual exhaust (281 hp/210 kW* and 266 lb. -ft.

• Sorry, I squared the diameter instead of the radius. 600 kW is the right answer for an 80 foot (24 meter) ball of CO2 at 1 atmosphere pressure.

• Sorry, I squared the diameter instead of the radius. 600 kW is the right answer for an 80 foot (24 meter) ball of CO2 at 1 atmosphere pressure.

• The fuel cell unit produces an electric output of approximately 20 kW, which is enough to power approximately 10 households in the area.

• The fuel cell unit produces an electric output of approximately 20 kW, which is enough to power approximately 10 households in the area.

• The fuel cell unit produces an electric output of approximately 20 kW, which is enough to power approximately 10 households in the area.

• The fuel cell unit produces an electric output of approximately 20 kW, which is enough to power approximately 10 households in the area.

• According to Georgia Power, the 112 kilowatt DC ( "kW") system will be the largest commercial photovoltaic solar system in the state of Georgia.

• A less common definition is: 1 tonne of refrigeration is the rate of heat removal required to freeze a heat of fusion being 334.9 kJ / kg, 1 tonne of refrigeration = 13,954 kJ / h = 3.876 kW which is

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