What Is Difference Between Mechanical Power Kw And Electrical Power Kw?


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Sana Rashid answered
Power is defined as the rate at which work is performed or energy is transmitted for a given unit of time.
Mechanical power is the rate at which work is done.
Electrical power is the rate at which electrical energy is transferred by an electrical circuit.
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Anonymous answered
They are basically same but mechanical power is generated by mechanical devices like turbine or so and electrical power is generated by electrical devices like generator.

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Anonymous answered
Que la mecánica es expresada en Kw.-hora y la eléctrica en Kw.
La mecanica podemos decir que es la que estas en la parte en movimiento.
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Anonymous answered
There is no such thing as 'electrical power' and 'mechanical power'.  'Power' is simply a rate (energy per unit time), and it makes no sense to describe it as being electrical or mechanical.

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