E/G

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AcronymDefinition
E/GEngine-Generator
E/GExcision and Grafting (surgical procedure)
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Shall Be Vibration Isolation For Engine-generators, Including Pads, Springs, Rails, Bases, Hangers, And Connectors.
This Startech Hydrogen can fuel engine-generators to produce 'Green Electricity.
This program includes a field test that will demonstrate the technical and commercial viability of this advanced engine-generator system.
Dresser Waukesha, based in Waukesha, Wisconsin, USA, packages engine-generator sets and DC switchgear controls for the distributed generation market.
The model is to be equipped with a T-shaped lithium ion battery, an electric drive unit, and a four-cylinder engine-generator.
Dedoncker, an R&D Center electrical engineer, will develop special interface circuitry that manages the flow of power between the vehicle's engine-generator, battery, and ultracapacitor.
Dresser Waukesha also packages engine-generator sets and DC switchgear controls for the distributed generation market.
Contract notice: Maintenance and upkeep of the engine-generator groups cogeneration plants at the university of santiago de compostela (usc).
The Voltec electric propulsion system includes a 16-kWh T-shaped battery, an electric drive unit, and a four-cylinder engine-generator.
The N-ViroMotive GenSet locomotive has three microprocessor-controlled modular engine-generator sets that operate alone or in tandem with each other as the pulling load dictates.
The model is equipped with a 16-kWh, T-shaped battery, an electric drive unit, and a four-cylinder engine-generator.
Northeast Energy Systems, GE Energy's Jenbacher distributor for the northeast region, provided the engine-generator sets, application engineering, and will provide parts and service support for operations.