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Commercially sold **mezzanine** structures are generally **constructed** of three main materials; steel, aluminium, and fibreglass.

Use the **formula**: P(**KVA**) = (V^2/R)/1000 where R is resistance in ohms. For example, if V is 120 volts and R is 50 ohms, P(**KVA**) = V^2/R/1000 = (/1000 = 288/1000 = 0.

**Calculated Load** Value — Indicates a percentage of peak available torque. Reaches 100% at wide open throttle at any altitude or RPM for both naturally aspirated and boosted engines.

Devide the watt-hour by 1000 to get the Killo-watt-hour. Multiply the Killo-watt-hour of an appliance by the total quantity of that type of appliance. Add the Killo-watt-hour values of all the **electrical** appliances. The final value will give you the total **electrical** energy consumed by your **house** in a single day.

A **KVA** is simply 1,000 volt amps. A volt is electrical pressure. An amp is electrical current. A term called apparent **power** (the absolute value of complex **power**, S) is equal to the product of the volts and amps. … When the voltage and current of a circuit coincide, the real **power** is equal to the apparent **power**.

Locate the circuit for which you want to calculate the circuit **load**. Take the breaker size and multiply it by the rated voltage. For example, a 20 amp breaker that operates at 120 volts has a maximum **load** of 2400 watts.

7000 watts

30 kWh

400 watts