A scientific temperature scale with graduations beginning from absolute zero, i.e. °C+273 = K
A light hydrocarbon fuel or solvent.
A unit of information equal to approximately one thousand bytes.
One thousand watts of power or one thousand joules of work done per second.
|KILOWATT HOUR (KWH)||
A unit of electrical work where one kilowatt of power is used for one hour (3600 seconds).
The energy a body possesses by virtue of its motion. The kinetic energy of a body is directly proportional to its mass and its velocity squared.
In a refrigeration system, a service valve located between the receiver outlet and the evaporator used to isolate either component.
A tilting pad type thrust bearing.