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Glossary of Terms and Acronyms
The following is a list of standard terms, acronyms and definitions to be used at Capstone. This document is to be referenced when describing the technology, features and/or any documentation associated with the MicroTurbine Generator System.
10Base-2 (10B2) – An Ethernet standard that uses a thin coaxial cable. Also called Thin Ethernet, ThinWire Ethernet, and ThinNet.
10Base-T (10BT)– An Ethernet standard that uses twisted wire pairs.
100Base-T (100BT)– A high-speed twisted pair Ethernet. Also called Fast Ethernet.
AC – Alternating Current.
ACFM – Actual cubic feet per minute flow at operating temperature and pressure.
ACM – Ambient Climate Module on Model C60 MicroTurbine. It contains ambient pressure reading and passes ambient temperature reading from TCIN sensor to ECM.
AFR – Air Fuel Ratio. The ratio, on a mass basis, of air to fuel in the gas mixture that is burned in the combustor. This ratio will vary according to operating requirements such as load demand.
AGA – American Gas Association.
AIR INTAKE ASSEMBLY – Assembly that directs engine intake airflow into the MicroTurbine. May contain sound attenuating material to reduce high frequency noise signature; a filter is housed in the assembly to provide filtered air to the MicroTurbine generator.
ALC – Auxiliary Load Controller.
AMPERE (AMP) – The unit of measurement of the current produced in a circuit by one (1) volt acting through a resistance of one (1) ohm. The measure of the rate of flow of electrons past a given point in an electric conductor.
ANSI – American National Standards Institute. AQMD – Air Quality Management District.
APPARENT POWER – The product of the root-mean-square current and the root-mean- square voltage.
AR (A/R) – As Required.
ASCII – American Standard Code for Information Interchange. ASME – American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
400002-001 Rev C (December 2002) Page 1 of 20
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