The rate at which electric energy is delivered to or by a system or part of a system, generally expressed in kilowatts (kw) or megawatts (mw), at a given instant or averaged over any designated interval of time.
The rate at which electric energy is delivered to or by a system, generally expressed in kilowatts or megawatts, at a given instant or averaged over any designated interval of time. Demand should not be confused with Load.
The amount of electricity needed at any one moment in time (moreso, any 15 or 30 minute period of time) in order to meet a meter's energy needs. Suppose you drove 100 mph for 1/2 hour. You drove 50 miles at 100 mph. You can equate the concept of demand to speed. In this case, mph is like demand, and miles driven is like energy. Remember
The amount of energy used at a specific moment in time, measured in watts, kilowatts (kW=1000 watts), megawatts (mW=1000 kilowatts, or 1 million watts). A large nuclear plant has about 1100 megawatts of capacity. A peaking plant may have only 100 megawatts of capacity. For scale, the demand of a domestic hot water heater is typically only 4 kilowatts. To confuse matters, demand is also used by economists to refer to the amount of any good or service which is procured by consumers. Thus, an economist can meaningfully talk about the demand for energy, while an engineer would see this as a contradiction in terms. Utility economists use demand in both senses, so look to the context.
The rate at which electric energy or natural gas is delivered to or by a system at a given instant or averaged over a designated period, usually expressed in kilowatts or megawatts (electric); Mcfs or MMBtus (natural gas).
The amount of utility service that is needed by the various customer classes of a utility that has to be provided at any point in time through the utility's facilities. Examples: the electric power (in megawatts) that must be generated by the power plants of an electric utility to meet its customers' needs, the gas volumes that must be distributed through pipelines, or the telecommunications traffic that must be handled by a telephone utility's central office.
The amount of load required by equipment actually taking service in any 15-minute demand interval, and is always less than or equal to the connected load of equipment at the location. Demand is measured in kilowatts (KW).
1. The amount of energy used at a specific moment in time, measured in watts, kilowatts (kW=1000 watts), megawatts (mW=1000 kilowatts, or 1 million watts).2. The invisible force that some people claim to be restricting their ability to advance in society. (pronounced "da' man".)
Demand is the maximum average power in kilowatts (kW) used during any one-half hour interval, often referred to as "Peak Demand." For example, five 1,000-Watt electric heaters operated continuously for one-half hour would establish a metered demand of 5 kW.
The amount of electricity used at any given instant or averaged over a designated period of time. Demand is usually in measured in kilowatts or Megawatts. The Peak Demand is the highest 15 or 30 minute recorded demand period over 12-months.
For NGLs: The rate of consumption of refined products, normally measured in millions of barrels per day, or in million tonnes per year.For natural gas: The rate at which natural gas is delivered to or by a system at a given hourly rate usually averaged over a 24-hour gas day, normally measured in Dths/MMBtus per day.
The rate at which gas is delivered to or by a system, part of a system, or a piece of equipment, expressed in cubic feet or therms or multiples thereof, for a designated period of time called the demand interval.
The rate at which electriciy or natural gas is delivered to or by a system in a given instant, or averaged over a designated period. Usually expressed in kilowatts or megawatts (electricity) or Mcfs or MMBTUs (natural gas).
The rate at which electricity is delivered to or by a system, part of a system, or piece of equipment expressed in kilowatts, kilovoltamperes, or other suitable unit, at a given instant or averaged over a specified period of time.
consumer's interest and ability in consuming products and services. Supply compared with demand dictates price. It is assumed that things that are in low supply and high demand will cost more. Demand is increased through advertising and 'need creation' activities as well as through the lack of available goods.
The rate at which the particular quantity, i.e. active energy, reactive energy, etc., is being supplied to the load. Generally, it is indicated, recorded or computed as the average obtained over a specified time interval.
The maximum quantities of some good that people will choose (or buy) at different prices. An identical definition is the relative value of the marginal unit of some good when different quantities of that good are available.
the willingness and ability of consumers to pay for a particular good or service; As long as the supply of goods and services meets the demand, prices remain the same (stable). High demand for land in the CBD from businesses wishing to locate there results in very high land values because supply cannot be increased to meet the demand.
The different quantities of a resource, good, or service that will be purchased at various possible prices at a given point in time; demand is generally presented as a schedule of prices and quantities. It can also be represented graphically as a demand curve.
The combined desire, ability and willingness on the part of individuals to acquire or make use of a good or service. Demand is determined by income and by price, which is, in part, determined by supply.
The quantity of goods that consumers are willing and able to purchase at various prices during a given period of time. Along with supply, demand is one of the two key determinants of price. In real estate, demand refers to the need for a use, such as housing, at a particular price ( see Supply).
The desire to possess a commodity coupled with the willingness and ability to pay for the commodity. Very Good - Offerings or supplies are rapidly absorbed. Good - Firm confidence on the part of buyers that general market conditions are good. Trading is more active than normal. Moderate - Average buyer interest and trading. Light - Demand is below average. Very Light - Few buyers are interested in trading.
Theoretical Economic quantity of good or service that the market will absorb at a particular PRICE. Should be used in the economic sense as a load function which has a price added as a dimension so that it becomes intensity - time -price - probability. Typically it is reduced to intensity vs price. Also used where 'market' would be more appropriate.
A need for a particular product or component. The demand could come from any number of sources, e.g., customer order or forecast, an interplant requirement, or a request from a branch warehouse for a service part or for manufacturing another product. At the finished goods level, demand data are usually different from sales data because demand does not necessarily result in sales (i.e., if there is no stock, there will be no sale). There are generally up to four components of demand: cyclical component, random component, seasonal component, and trend component.
The desire to purchase economic goods or services (and the financial ability to do so) at the market price constitutes demand. When many purchasers demand a good at the market price, their combined purchasing power constitutes "demand." As this combined demand increases or decreases, other things remaining constant, the price of the good tends to rise or fall.
Demand is defined as a schedule of various prices and quantities of a product which consumers are willing and able to purchase during a period of time, ceteris paribus. Demand is described by a demand schedule and illustrated by a demand curve. A change in the price of the product will cause a change in quantity demanded while a change in one of the determinants of demand will cause a change in demand.
1. In allocation, the potential for using a portion of the supply of a resource or commodity. 2. In spatial interaction, demand is the measure of the need for a particular type of service or goods that generates a trip to a destination. For example, the demand for a gallon of milk may generate a trip to a grocery store.
or settlement demand. A written document prepared by an attorney on behalf of a claimant and submitted to the opposing insurance adjuster that states all factors that relate to the opposing party's liability for the claimant's injury, the claimant's damages suffered as a result of the injury, and the claimant's demand or the amount of money necessary for the opposing insurance company to pay the claimant in order to settle the claim before the claimant files a lawsuit.
A demand is the amount the claimant would be willing to accept to resolve the claim. A Cybersettle case will not settle for less than the demand amount in that specific round. Cybersettle creates a range from the demand that defines the settlement range for that round.
A letter from a lender showing the total amount due to pay off a mortgage or trust deed, inclusive of unpaid principal, interest, impound amounts, prepayment penalty, etc. Also, known as a Demand for Payoff Request or Beneficiaries Demand Letter.
In Lacanian psychoanalysis, a demand results when a lack in the Real is phrased into the Symbolic medium of language. Whether or not demands achieve their apparent aims, they are always successful in the sense that all parapraxes or slips of the tongue are successful - they faithfully express unconscious signifying formations.
There is no access to similar service types in the area (refer sole provider); a high likelihood of ongoing need for child care of the type due to work related/training/study needs of the area; limited access to child care of any type in the adjoining areas due to a sufficient number of children in the adjoining area requiring care so as to cause significant waiting lists in that area; distance (i.e. distance to travel is unreasonable); or no or limited public transport between areas.
A demand to fulfill liabilities. In business, these are liabilities payments. Any demand has to be satisfied immediately. In contracts, there's often an article concerning payments on demand. This means, that a debtor has to make payments on demand, in case the provisions of the contract are observed.
require as useful, just, or proper; "It takes nerve to do what she did"; "success usually requires hard work"; "This job asks a lot of patience and skill"; "This position demands a lot of personal sacrifice"; "This dinner calls for a spectacular dessert"; "This intervention does not postulates a patient's consent"
Most of the controls are activated via servo mechanisms, rather than direct mechanical couplings. The demand is the value you want to get: it is set straight away, but it takes a short time for the actual value to reach the demanded value.