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20:11 Feb 15, 2005
Japanese to English translations [PRO]
Science - Chemistry; Chem Sci/Eng / fuel cell operation
Japanese term or phrase: 電主熱従
The meaning is clear, but could anyone suggest how to put this phrase into simple English?

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3See Web site.snowbees
3See explanation below
1 +1power first, heat second
Maynard Hogg



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power first, heat second

We had this same question yesterday. The only difference is that the poster provided CONTEXT.

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agree  Troy Fowler: This simply means operating a power supply system to meet electrical load first, and recovering waste heat secondly.
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See explanation below

Based on what the linked site say (copied below)
"Generated electricity usage design" as opposted to "Discharged heat usage design"


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See Web site.

See the web site, page 46/75 onward. Meanwhile, "co-generation" is known in Europe and U.S. as CHP (Combined heat and power).

Note added at 3 days 11 hrs 8 mins (2005-02-19 07:19:26 GMT)

Correction: See Page 140/190, \"Heat-match mode; eletricity-match mode\"


Note added at 3 days 15 hrs 59 mins (2005-02-19 12:10:16 GMT)

More reference from CHPA, UK.


    Reference: http://eetd.lbl.gov/ea/ems/reports/56359-English.pdf
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