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Plant Use Factor Formula

Plant Use Factor=Energy Produced/(Plant Capacity*Time)
puf=E<sub>produced</sub>/(P<sub>capacity</sub>*t)
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What is Load Duration Curve?

When the various loads occurring on a system are arranged in decreasing order of their magnitudes with respect to the time period of the occurrence of these loads the graph obtained is known as a Load Duration Curve.

How to Calculate Plant Use Factor?

Plant Use Factor calculator uses Plant Use Factor=Energy Produced/(Plant Capacity*Time) to calculate the Plant Use Factor, Plant Use Factor is defined as “the ratio of actual energy produced (in kWh) in a given time period to the product of plant capacity and the number of hours the plant was in operation.”. Plant Use Factor and is denoted by puf symbol.

How to calculate Plant Use Factor using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Plant Use Factor, enter Energy Produced (Eproduced), Plant Capacity (Pcapacity) and Time (t) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Plant Use Factor calculation can be explained with given input values -> 6.944E-5 = 10000000/(10000000*14400).

FAQ

What is Plant Use Factor?
Plant Use Factor is defined as “the ratio of actual energy produced (in kWh) in a given time period to the product of plant capacity and the number of hours the plant was in operation.” and is represented as puf=Eproduced/(Pcapacity*t) or Plant Use Factor=Energy Produced/(Plant Capacity*Time). Energy Produced is the actual produced energy of the power plant, Plant Capacity is the total capacity of the energy which is produced in the plant or can provide energy to system and Time can be defined as the ongoing and continuous sequence of events that occur in succession, from the past through the present to the future.
How to calculate Plant Use Factor?
Plant Use Factor is defined as “the ratio of actual energy produced (in kWh) in a given time period to the product of plant capacity and the number of hours the plant was in operation.” is calculated using Plant Use Factor=Energy Produced/(Plant Capacity*Time). To calculate Plant Use Factor, you need Energy Produced (Eproduced), Plant Capacity (Pcapacity) and Time (t). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Energy Produced, Plant Capacity and Time and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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