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SAGSScottish Allotments and Gardens Society (UK)
SAGSSage Sparrow (bird species Amphispiza belli)
SAGSSt. Anne Grade School (Illinois)
SAGSSelf-Aligning Guide Shoe
SAGSSummer-Active Ground Squirrel
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On the other hand, the distribution static compensator (DSTATCOM) is a device used to mitigate voltage sags and other PQ solutions such as power factor correction, voltage stabilization, flicker suppression and harmonic control [4] [5].
Induction motor is very sensitive to sags voltage disturbances, but also it can produce them as a consequence of severe start current.
Fast Evaluation Methods for Voltage Sags in Ship Electrical Power Systems.
Sag velocity and sag volume are given by the following equations:
SoftSwitching estimated that major automakers suffer production loses of 10 to 30 cars per voltage sag, and sags occur 10 to 20 times per year at each plant.
Voltage sags are not obvious and are not always detectable.
This protocol includes duct installations that are board-supported (flat), joist-supported with natural sag, and joist-supported with full or long-term sag.
"A lot of kids my age now listen to the news and know what's going on and deserve to vote," sags the eighth-grader at Woodrow Wilson Middle School in Clifton, New Jersey.
Nailing two 2x4s together will work to span about three joists, unless the sag is under a weight-bearing wall.
The major cytokines released from antigen-presenting cells and T cells after activation by SAgs are tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNF-[alpha], tumor necrosis factor beta (TNF[beta]), interleukin (IL)-1, and IL-2 (11-14).
Current peaks and torque peaks studies exposed that induction motor effects are very sensitive to short interruptions and voltage sags (Bollen, Hager, & Roxenius, 2003; Guasch, Corcoles, & Pedra, 2000, 2004; Pedra, Sainz, & Corcoles, 2007).