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AHRAmerican Historical Review (Journal of the American History Association)
AHRAryl Hydrocarbon Receptor
AHRAnchor
AHRAddress High Register
AHRAustralian Health Review (Australian Healthcare & Hospitals Association)
AHRAdjusted Hazard Ratio
AHRAssisted Human Reproduction
AHRairway hyper-responsiveness
AHRAcademic Human Resources (various organizations)
AHRActive Head Restraint
AHRAdvancing Human Rights (New York, NY)
AHRAverage Hull Roughness (sailing)
AHRAir-Conditioning Heating Refrigeration
AHRAverage Heart Rate
AHRAlt.healing.reiki (Usenet newsgroup)
AHRAmpere-Hour
AHRAmerican Haflinger Registry (Akron, OH, USA)
AHRArtists for Human Rights (Calabasas, CA)
AHRAviemore Highland Resort, Ltd. (Scotland, UK)
AHRAqueous Homogeneous Reactor
AHRAcceptable Hazard Rate
AHRAbsorptive Heat Recovery
AHRAd Hoc Router
AHRAfter Heat Removal
AHRAttack Helicopter Regiment
AHRAssociation for Health Records
AHRAccumulated Hazard Rate
AHRArchives de l'Histoire Rurale (French: Archives of Rural History; Switzerland)
AHRApplied Horticultural Research
AHRAdvanced Hawkeye Radar
AHRAltantic Ham Radio Ltd.
AHRAvenir et Histoire des Recycleurs (French: Future and History of Recyclers)
AHRAcademy of Human Rights
AHRAtelier Hautes Résolutions (French: High Resolution Workshop)
AHRAfter Honeymoon Reception
AHRAsset Health Review
AHRAndrew Hayes Racing (kart racing team)
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The machine is equipped with threephase asynchronous motors without brushes, 48V batteries with an output of 450 ampere-hours, and a built-in charger with a charge storage capacity of up to 16 hours, ensuring ecologically sustainable operation.
A Cessna 172S has a standard battery that offers 11 ampere-hours of power.
This allowed EnerSys to check exactly how many Ampere-hours Gaer needed, the charging times and how often they had to change the battery.
Featuring a new generation of batteries with a cell capacity of 94 ampere-hours (Ah), as used in the current BMW i3, the range has been significantly extended.
This confidence comes in part from Hilti's April 2016 introduction of a new battery range for its hand tools that has nearly doubled their capacity from a range of between 1.6Ah (Ampere-hours) and 3.3Ah, to a range of between 2.6Ah and 5.2Ah.
The sum of the molecular masses of the reactants is 642.6 g/mol, so theoretically a cell can produce two faradays of charge (192,971 coulombs) from 642.6 g of reactants, or 83.4 ampere-hours per kilogram (or 13.9 ampere-hours per kilogram for a 12-volt battery).[citation needed] At 2 volts per cell, this comes to 167 watt-hours per kilogram, but lead-acid batteries in fact give only 30-40 watt-hours per kilogram due to the weight of the water and other factors.
This biobattery can get an energy-storage density of about 596 ampere-hours (A/h) per kg - an order of magnitude higher than the 42 A-h/kg energy density of a typical lithium-ion battery used in various gadgets.