# Current Times Time

Actual times Timeis the energy divided by time. ssspan class="mw-headline" id="Units">Units[edit] Physically, performance is the ratio of work or transfer of warmth, the amount of transmitted or transformed amount of electricity per second. The International System of Units contains the units of performance of Joule per second (J/s), known as the Watts in honor of James Watts, the 18th C. designer of the 18th C. condensing boiler.

A further popular and time-honored measurement is the performance of horses (compared to the performance of a horse). Since it is about the speed of work, the formula for force can be written: Might as a physics approach demands both a modification of the physics system and a specific time in which the modification takes place. Identical effort is put into bearing a weight over a staircase, regardless of whether the individual is walking or walking, but more strength is needed to walk as the work is done in less time.

This is the force that divides our time. SI output corresponds to the wattage (W) corresponding to one joules per second. The other performance measures are erg per second (erg/s), PS (PS), Metro PS (horsepower (PS) or CV ) and foot-pounds per second. A PS corresponds to 33,000 feet-pound per minute that is the output needed to raise 550 lbs by one leg in one second, and corresponds to about 746atts.

Performance as a function of time is the speed at which work is done, which can be express by this equation: where performance is performance, W is work and not time. Since the work is a load F exerted over a range the load can be converted to a load at steady load:

This is the mean output or conversion of electricity per time session. Often the mean performance is just referred to as "performance" when the contexts make it clear. Current output is the limit of mean output when the time intervall ?t is approaching zero. Given steady output T, the effort is given during a T-run: time:

Within the framework of energetic transformation it is more common to use the sign type instead of W. Performance in mechanic system is the combined use of motion and effort. Specifically, performance is the result of a load on an object and the speed of the target or the result of a rotational moment on a wave and the angle speed of the wave.

Mechnical performance is also referred to as the time derivation of work. The work of a constraint F on an obstacle moving along a graph is given in mechanism by the line integral: where x is the distance travelled by the constraint point of the constraint and vice versa. Assuming that the F constraint can be derived from a possible (conservative) constraint, the application of the gravitational theory (and the memory that constraint is the negation of the gravitational constraint of the possible energy) results in: where A and A are the beginning and the end of the way on which the work was done.

For rotary encoders, performance is the result of the torques obtained from ? and the angle speed ?, where ? is expressed in radian per second. \displaystyle \cdot } stands for a scale function, where t is the pascal or N/m2 and Q is the volume air volume in m3/s in SIUs. In case a mechanic system has no loss, the inlet wattage must be the same as the outlet wattage.

The result is a straightforward equation for the system's mechanic benefit. In the case where the part is a time-inverted voltage/current impedance, then: is the impedance expressed in Ohm. Within a series of similar impulses, the momentary output is a periodical measure of time. Pulser to cycle ratios are the same as mean output to maximum output ratios.

2}} In the case of a periodical s( (t){\displaystyle s(t)} sign of the cycle and a series of similar impulses, the current output p (t)=|s(t)|2{\displaystyle p(t)=|s(t)|^{2}} is also a periodical of the cycle and a regular of the cycle as well. Top performance is easily demarcated by : However, top performance is not always easy to measure, and measuring mean performance is not always easy using gauging methods.

Defining the amount of impulse per unit of heat as: is the mean power: Performance enhancement - for two-port network linearization. "Sixth power." "Coal Density of Energy."