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- noun Plural form of
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The best known is gadolinium, a vital ingredient of fuel in naval reactors that are very inconvenient to refuel, compelling the design of reactors capable of running more than a decade between refuellings.
Constant voltage +/- 5 % deviation must be provided by the gasifier-engine system over the time interval between two refuellings of the bunker (2-4 hours).
Even without a governor, the gas production by the gasifier has to be sufficiently constant to maintain nominal engine speed +/- 20 % over the time interval between two refuellings (4 hours).
McKinney: One fuel cell we are testing allows a PDA to run for seven days between refuellings
One prototype we're using with a portable PDA allows that device to run for seven days between refuellings, "said McKinney.
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