spinning reserve

Serbian translation: rotirajuća rezerva

17:35 Sep 21, 2018
English to Serbian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Energy / Power Generation / energy management systems
English term or phrase: spinning reserve
Keeping ample spinning reserve as per the directive of the regulatory
authority in each country is a constraint. Spinning reserve is the difference
between the total generation capacity available of all the units online
(spinning) and the load supplied including the losses. It gives an indication
of how much extra capacity the system possesses to take care of an
emergency, whether the sudden loss of a generating unit or a transmission
line. Each utility will have norms for the percentage of generation or
load as spinning reserve. Typically, the reserve is equivalent to the largest
generation unit, so that the sudden loss of any unit can be handled. The
spinning reserve could also be a mix of stations that can be quick started
Svetomir Mijovic
Serbia
Local time: 04:36
Serbian translation:rotirajuća rezerva
Explanation:
1. spinning reserve of a system - rotirajuća rezerva, Englesko-hrvatski elektrotehnički rječnik, V. Muljević
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Nebojša Mihaljević
Serbia
Local time: 04:36
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rotirajuća rezerva


Explanation:
1. spinning reserve of a system - rotirajuća rezerva, Englesko-hrvatski elektrotehnički rječnik, V. Muljević

Nebojša Mihaljević
Serbia
Local time: 04:36
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agree  Natasa Stankovic: Ili: obrtna rezervahttp://www.electropedia.org/iev/iev.nsf/display?openform&iev...
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