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 Tidal power - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tidal power is classified as a renewable energy source, because tides are caused by the orbital mechanics of the solar system and are considered inexhaustible within a human timeframe.
Tidal power is a means of electricity generation achieved by capturing the energy contained in moving water mass due to tides.
The efficiency of tidal power generation in ocean dams largely depends on the amplitude of the tidal swell, which can be up to 10 m (33 ft) where the periodic tidal waves funnel into rivers and fjords.
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 Simon Power - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Simon James Power (born 1970) is a New Zealand politician.
In May 2004, Power was strongly criticised by politicians on both sides of the political spectrum for his statement that (as regards defence and foreign affairs) "where Britain, the United States and Australia go, we go".
Power was educated in Palmerston North, attending St. Peter's College.
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 Absolute power - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Other popular monarchs ruled with absolute power but eventually such power was diminished and dissolved with the introduction of constitutions giving the people the power to make decisions for themselves through elected bodies of government.
Most modern forms of absolute power are deemed undesirable, especially by proponents of democracy.
There are a few acceptable and even popular forms of absolute power, namely in the case of the Pope in his administration over Vatican City.
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 Wind power - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wind power is used in large scale wind farms for national electrical grids as well as in small individual turbines for providing electricity in isolated locations.
Most modern wind power is generated in the form of electricity by converting the rotation of turbine blades into electrical current by means of an electrical generator.
Denmark is prominent in the manufacturing and use of wind turbines, with a commitment made in the 1970s to eventually produce half of the country's power by wind.
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 Power trio - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The rise of the power trio was made possible in part by developments in amplifiers and guitar technology that permit the guitar to provide more sound than before.
The power trio is a rock and roll format popularized in the 1960s.
Although power trios fell out of fashion during the 1980s, some continued to emerge well into the next decade, such as King's X and Nirvana.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Power_trio   (597 words)

  
 Electric power transmission - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Typically power transmission is between the power plant and a substation in the vicinity of a populated area.
AC power transmission is the transmission of electric power by alternating current.
A transmission grid is a network of power stations, transmission circuits, and substations.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Electric_power_transmission   (2487 words)

  
 Power tool - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A power tool is a tool with a motor.
Common power tools include the drill, various types of saws, the router, the electric sander, and the lathe.
The term power tool is also used in a more general sense, meaning a technique for greatly simplifying a complex or difficult task.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Power_tool   (178 words)

  
 Power supply - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Constraints that commonly affect power supplies are the amount of power they can supply, how long they can supply it for without needing some kind of refueling or recharging, how stable their output voltage or current is under varying load conditions, and whether they provide continuous power or pulses.
The power supply is a small box inside the computer; it is an important part of a computer because it provides power in a form that is suitable for every other component inside or attached to the computer in order for it to work.
A power supply unit (sometimes abbreviated power supply or PSU) is a device or system that supplies electrical or other types of energy to an output load or group of loads.
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 Mecha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
powered armor suits, is blurred; according to one definition, a mecha is piloted while a powered armor is worn.
Armored Core series of videogames ; while the mecha can frequently be humanoid and are capable of flight and hand-to-hand combat, in the Eastern tradition, a plethora of weight, power, heat and other semi-realistic limitations are placed on them during their design and customisation by the player, more reminiscent of Western mecha design.
Mobile Suit Gundam in 1979 introduced a sort of paradox: a war show about giant war machines that was in fact anti-war at heart.
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 Stopping power - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stopping power is a colloquial term used to describe the ability of a particular weapon to stop the actions of an individual by means of penetrating ballistic injury.
The concept of "stopping power" appeared in the late 19th Century when colonial troops (American in the Philippines, British in New Zealand) engaged in close action with native tribesmen found that their pistols were not able to stop charging warriors.
One exception to this is when a very powerful temporary cavity intersects with the spine.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Stopping_power   (3143 words)

  
 Power steering - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Power steering was invented in the 1920s by Francis W. Davis and George Jessup in Waltham, Massachusetts.
Power steering is a system for reducing the steering effort on cars by using an external power source to assist in turning the wheels.
Chrysler Corporation introduced the first commercially available power steering system on the 1951 Chrysler Imperial under the name Hydraguide.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Power_steering   (359 words)

  
 Power (international) -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
States with this ability are called powers, (additional info and facts about middle power) middle powers, (additional info and facts about regional power) regional powers, great powers (sometimes capitalized), (A state powerful enough to influence events throughout the world) superpowers, and (additional info and facts about hyperpower) hyperpowers.
State power is often divided into (additional info and facts about hard power) hard power (military power) and (additional info and facts about soft power) soft power (economic or cultural or persuasive power).
Power can be exercised through (An act of aggression (as one against a person who resists)) violence or through (The act of compelling by force of authority) coercion, the threat of force.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/p/po/power_(international).htm   (621 words)

  
 Sound power level - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sound power level or acoustic power level is a logarithmic measure of the sound power in comparison to a specified reference level.
The measure of a ratio of two sound powers is
The sound power level is given the symbol L
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Sound_power_level   (122 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Pyramid power
Pyramid power was the subject of one of the tests in the second Mythbusters seasion, and was subsequently busted in a battery of tests.
Pyramid power is one of the several alternative theories regarding pyramids, commonly referred to as pyramidology.
Pyramid power was the subject of a famous spoof by Martin Gardner in his Mathematical Games column in Scientific American June 1974, featuring his favorite characters Irving Joshua Matrix, Dr. Matrix, and Iva Matrix.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Pyramid-power   (592 words)

  
 Power Princess - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Princess Zarda chose to remain behind as their sole emissary to the earth, a role she had assumed some years earlier as Power Princess.
She attempted to remove Doctor Spectrum's power prism and it tried to retrieve her memories, but before that happened, she was attacked by Amphibian in retaliation for harming Spectrum.
(I) Power Princess, real name Zarda, is a fictional character in Marvel Comics.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Power_Princess   (676 words)

  
 Power ballad - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Power ballads came into popularity initially at the insistence of a record company in hope of scoring a Top Forty hit and in the genre's formative years, were written only grudgingly by band members.
Power ballad is the name given to a certain genre of songs that were frequently included on arena rock, hard rock and heavy metal albums in the 1970s and 1980s though the style has evolved into more modern forms since.
Power ballads originated in the 1970s with arena rock bands like Styx, Boston, REO Speedwagon and Journey; indeed, the first power ballad may have been Styx's "Lady" from its 1973 album Styx II.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Power_ballad   (741 words)

  
 Electric utility distribution company focusing on fault indicators, fault current indicators and Power Delivery Products.
Power Delivery Products, Inc. is an engineering, marketing, technical sales, and distribution company specializing in the Electric Utility Industry.
Power Delivery Products, Inc. began operations in Atlanta, Georgia in January 1998 as the exclusive distributor of Horstmann Faulted Circuit Indictors in the United States and Mexico.
Power Delivery Products, Inc. markets and sells products to electric utilities worldwide through a highly motivated and trained Technical Sales organization.
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 Executive (government) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Along with the Prime Minister or executive President, the executive branch consists of the cabinet and the executive departments or ministries of the government.
In parliamentary systems, the executive branch is generally comprised of a prime minister and a cabinet, who must directly or indirectly secure the support of the legislature.
Executive authority within a presidential system is exercised by a president who is also head of state.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Executive_branch   (413 words)

  
 Nuclear fusion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It is this reaction that is harnessed in fusion power.
The deuterium-tritium (D-T) fusion reaction is considered the most promising for producing fusion power.
The temperatures maximizing the fusion power compared to the Bremsstrahlung are in every case higher than the temperature that maximizes the power density and minimizes the required value of the fusion triple product.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Nuclear_fusion   (3471 words)

  
 Power chord - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
On a standard tuned guitar, power chords with the bass note on the sixth or fifth string are played with one or two fingers pressing the next two higher strings two frets higher.
Although the use of the term 'power chord' has, to some extent, spilled over into the vocabulary of other instrumentalists, namely keyboard and synthesiser players, it remains, essentially, a part of rock guitar culture and is most strongly associated with the overdriven electric guitar styles of hard rock, heavy metal and punk rock, etc.
The criticism sometimes levelled at the use of consecutive power chords, i.e., that they violate an important rule of harmony, is largely based on a misunderstanding of the rule.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Power_chord   (1307 words)

  
 Power Windows (album) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Power Window’s lyrics are primarily focused on urban or mystical themes.
Power Windows is the eleventh studio album by the Canadian rock band Rush, released in 1985 (see 1985 in music).
The album was recorded at The Manor in England, Air Studios in Montserrat and at Sarm East in London.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Power_Windows_(album)   (229 words)

  
 Power kite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Power kites should be flown with caution, in clear safe areas, and with the proper safety equipment.
Also popular is kite jumping, using a power kite to pull the jumper tens of feet above the ground in a controlled leap, this is helped with a seat harness pulling the flyers middle rather than arms.
A power kite or traction kite is a large kite designed to provide significant pull.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Power_kite   (352 words)

  
 Power (physics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The ratio of the pulse duration to the period is equal to the ratio of the average power to the peak power.
The efficient transfer of electrical power is governed by the maximum power theorem, which states that for the transfer of maximum power from a source with a fixed internal resistance to a load, the resistance of the load must be equal to that of the source.
The average power consumed by a two-terminal electrical device is a function of the root mean square values of the sinusoidal voltage across the terminals and the sinusoidal current passing through the device.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Power_(physics)   (926 words)

  
 Noel Power - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sir Noel Plunkett Power is a semi-retired senior judge in Hong Kong.
After the handover in 1997, Power assumed senior status and was appointed a non-permanent judge of the Court of Final Appeal.
Sir Noel was born and raised in Brisbane Australia.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Noel_Power   (278 words)

  
 Great power - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Great Powers are usually taken to be those nations or political entities that, through their great economic and military strength, are the arbiters of world diplomacy, and whose opinions must be taken into account by other nations before effecting initiatives.
Great powers are also often associated with the projection of military power through a particular technology, such as Dreadnoughts or nuclear weapons.
The term Major power (or sometimes Global Power) has also been used to describe nations with great power, yet not as overwhelming as that of a superpower.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Great_power   (745 words)

  
 Power (international) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Great Powers are usually taken to be those nations or political entities that, through their great economic and military strength, are the arbiters of world diplomacy, and whose opinions must be taken into account by other nations before effecting initiatives.
In the context of international relations and diplomacy, power (sometimes clarified as international power, national power, or state power) is the ability of one state to influence or control other states.
International meetings, which developed during the second half of the nineteenth century, also serve to indicate Great Power status in the absence of peace treaties after wars, such as the different Berlin Conference.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Power_(international)   (1209 words)

  
 Power Instinct - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Power Instinct series are famous for its sense of humor, for its music and overall for the scary fighting Grandma Otane Goketsuji.
The first Power Instinct was released in 1993.
Power Instinct (豪血寺一族: Goketsuji Ichizoku, in Japan), is a fighting game series created by Atlus.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Power_Instinct   (593 words)

  
 Power cable - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Power cable (a type of electrical cable) is an assembly of two or more electrical conductors held together with, and typically covered with, an overall sheath.
Electrical power cables are often installed in raceways including electrical conduit, and cable trays, which may contain one or more conductors.
A hybrid cable may also include other conductors (such as fiber optics), AC mains (household power) conductors, low-voltage data signalling or control conductors, and radio frequency conductors (such as coaxial cable).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Power_cable   (1039 words)

  
 Power metal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Power metal vocals are generally "clean", as opposed to the growling vocals that characterise death metal, and are delivered by a trained vocalist.
Power metal, as the term is used today, places primary importance on an epic sound, usually at high speeds, primarily due to its speed metal roots, and with catchy melodies.
Following Kamelot, the Nebraska-based power metal band Cellador was signed August of 2005 to Metal Blade Records, signalling a return of the style by a homegrown band to a noted record label in America, although their sound is more similar to European power metal.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Power_metal   (838 words)

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