Definition of Deratings
1. derating [n] - See also: derating
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Literary usage of Deratings
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1. The Role of Natural Gas in Environmental Policy by Stephen L. McDonald, Mina Mohammadioun (1993)
"The transfer of heat from the combustion gases is not so efficient as occurs with the design fuel, meaning that deratings and losses of efficiency of as ..."
2. Tennessee Valley Authority: Financial Problems Raise Questions about Long by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"... achievable capacity of the unit, expressed as a percentage, after the consideration of forced outages, planned outages, and deratings of the unit. ..."
3. The Clean and Efficient Use of Coal and Lignite: Its Role in Energy by International Energy Agency (1994)
"... characteristics in terms of ignition rates and C-burnout which should produce lower deratings than their bituminous counterparts in oil-fired boilers. ..."
4. New Source Review for Stationary Sources of Air Pollution by National Research Council (U. S.) (2006)
"... available design data provide information regarding overall average rates of the forced and scheduled outages, as well as deratings, for power plants. ..."