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Powder (band) Powder were a Britpop band who existed between 1994 and 1997 and released three singles on Parkway Records. Signed in late 1994 by well known music PR agents John Best and Phill Savidge, they were the first band on the label.
Powder (film) Powder is a 1995 film directed by Victor Salva, about an albino boy, nicknamed "Powder", with paranormal powers over electricity. It stars Sean Patrick Flanery in the title role, with Jeff Goldblum, Mary Steenburgen, Bradford Tatum, and Lance Henriksen in supporting roles.
Powder (substance) A powder is a dry, bulk solid composed of a large number of very fine particles that may flow freely when shaken or tilted. Powders are a special sub-class of granular materials, although the terms powder and granular are sometimes used to distinguish separate classes of material.
Powder Alarm The Powder Alarm was a massive popular reaction to a raid by British soldiers under the command of General Thomas Gage, royal governor of Massachusetts, soon before the American Revolutionary War. On September 1 1774, British soldiers confiscated gunpowder and other military supplies in a surprise raid near Boston.
Powder blue Powder blue may refer to two different colors. Originally, it referred to a dark blue color, but it has since come to refer to a pale blue color (perhaps resulting from confusion over the word's origin), possibly because the name reminded people of baby powder and so people thought of it as a color similar to baby blue.
Powder coating Powder coating is a type of dry coating, which is applied as a free-flowing, dry powder. The main difference between a conventional liquid paint and a powder coating is that, the powder coating does not require a solvent to keep the binder and filler parts in a liquid suspension form.
Powder diffraction Powder diffraction is a scientific technique using X-Ray or neutron diffraction of powder or polycrystalline samples for structural characterization of materials. The dedicated machine to perform such measurements is called a powder diffractometer.
Powder down Powder down feathers are located at the back of the cockatiel just above the tail base beneath the outer feathers. These down feathers differ from the usual down as they are exceptionally fine and produce a dust between the frons.
Powder glass beads The earliest powder glass beads on record were discovered during archaeological excavations at Mapungubwe, in present-day Zimbabwe, and dated to 970-1000 CE. In our time, the main area of powder glass bead manufacture is West Africa, most importantly, Ghana.
Powder Horn (Boy Scouts of America) Powder Horn is a high adventure resource course for Venturing, Boy Scout and Varsity Scout leaders of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). The goals of Powder Horn are to: help Scout leaders to safely conduct outdoor activities of a fun and challenging nature, provide an introduction to the resources necessary to successfully lead their youth through a program of high adventure and to understand what is involved in different high adventure disciplines.
Powder Horn Mountain Powder Horn Mountain (PMH) is a gated residential/resort community in Triplett, Watauga County, North Carolina, located in the Blue Ridge Mountains. The project was founded by developer Bob Horne, and included a golf course, riding stables and trails in nearby Wilkes County, but after undergoing bankruptcy and foreclosure it was divided and sold separately.
Powder House Day Powder House Day in New Haven, Connecticut, is celebrated annually to commemorate the events of April 22, 1775 when the Second Company, Governor's Foot Guard, under Captain Benedict Arnold, demanded the keys to the powder house in order to arm themselves and begin a march to Cambridge, Massachusetts, marking the entry of New Haven into the American Revolution. Although the New Haven town meeting had voted the day before not to send aid to Massachusetts, the Foot Guard decided overwhelmingly to go.
Powder keg of Europe The "Powder keg" of Europe -sometimes alternately known as the "Balkan Powder Keg"- refers to the Balkans in the early part of the Twentieth Century. In this time period there were a number of overlapping claims to territories and spheres of influence between the major European powers such as Russia, the Ottoman Empire, and Austria-Hungary and, to a lesser degree, Imperial Germany, Great Britain, and Italy.
Powder Keg Powder Keg is a metaphorical term sometimes used when referring to countries or geographical region where political, socio-economic and historical circumstances have made the area prone to outbursts of wars or other conflicts. The analogy is drawn from a perception that certain territories may seam peaceful and dormant until a minor event triggers a large outburst of violence.
Powder Keg (film) Powder Keg (Serbian Cyrillic: Đ‘ŃŃ€Đµ Đ±Đ°Ń€ŃŃ‚Đ°) is a 1998 Serbian film directed by Goran PaskaljeviÄ‡ starring Nikola Ristanovski and NebojĹˇa Glogovac. It was released in the United States under the title of Cabaret Balkan.
Powder Mill Pond Powder Mill Pond is a 435-acre impoundment on the Contoocook River in Hillsborough County in southern New Hampshire, United States. The pond's dam is located in the town of Bennington, with water impounded into the towns of Hancock and Greenfield.
Powder of sympathy Powder of Sympathy, a form of Sympathetic Magic popular if controversial in the 17th century whereby a remedy was applied to the weapon that had caused a wound in the hope of healing the injury it had made. The method was first proposed by Rudolf Goclenius, Jr.
Powder Puff Derby The Powder Puff Derby was the name given to a transcontinental air race for women pilots inaugurated in 1947. For the next two years it was named the "Jacqueline Cochran All-Woman Transcontinental Air Race" (AWTAR).
Powder River (Montana) The Powder River is a tributary of the Yellowstone River, approximately 375 mi (603 km) long in the southeastern Montana and northeastern Wyoming in the United States. It drains an area historically known as the Powder River Country on the high plains east of the Bighorn Mountains.
Powder River (Oregon) The Powder River is a tributary of the Snake River, approximately 110 mi (177 km) long, in northeast Oregon in the United States. It drains an area of the Columbia Plateau on the eastern side of the Blue Mountains.
Powder River Country The Powder River Country refers to an area of the Great Plains in northeastern Wyoming in the United States. The area is loosely defined between the Bighorn Mountains and the Black Hills, in the upper drainage areas of the Powder, Tongue, and Little Bighorn rivers.
Powdered activated carbon treatment Powdered Activated Carbon Treatment (PACT) is a wastewater technology in which powdered activated carbon is added to an anaerobic or aerobic treatment system. The carbon in the biological treatment process acts as a "buffer" against the effects of toxic organics in the wastewater.
Powderfinger Powderfinger is an Australian rock band. The band formed in 1989 in Brisbane, with the present lineup of Bernard Fanning (Lead Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards, Harmonica), John Collins (Bass Guitar), Ian Haug (Guitar, Backing Vocals), Darren Middleton (Guitar, Keyboards, Backing Vocals) and Jon Coghill (Drums, Percussion) settling in 1992.
Powderhall Binliner The Edinburgh Powderhall Binliner is a containerised waste train (binliner) running from Powderhall in Edinburgh to a landfill site at Oxwellmains near Dunbar. The trains are currently operated by EWS on behalf of the City of Edinburgh Council.
Powderhorn Park, Minneapolis Minneapolis, Minnesota's Powderhorn Park neighborhood (part of the larger Powderhorn community) is located approximately three miles south of downtown and is bordered by East Lake Street to the north, Cedar Avenue to the east, East 38th Street to the south, and Chicago Avenue to the west. It's namesake is the city's Powderhorn Park facility in the northwestern part of the neighborhood which includes Powderhorn Lake, plus playing fields, playgrounds and a park building that hosts community education classes ranging from pottery to yoga.
Powderhorn Wilderness The Powderhorn Wilderness is a 60,100 acre (243 kmÂ˛) wilderness area in Hinsdale County, Colorado, USA, located 5 miles (8 km) northeast of Lake City. Most of the northern part of the area is located on Bureau of Land Management land and its southern portion located within the Gunnison National Forest.
Powderpost beetle Powderpost beetles are a group of woodboring beetles in the insect families Anobiidae (anobiid, Anobium punctatum (common furniture beetles), and deathwatch beetles), Lyctidae (true powderpost beetles), and Bostrichidae (false powderpost beetles), all of which fall in the superfamily Bostrichoidea.
Powel House Powell House in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, was built in 1765 by the merchant and businessman Charles Stedman. This elegant Georgian brick mansion was purchased by Samuel Powel in 1769 at the time of his marriage to Elizabeth Willing.
Powell Doctrine The Powell Doctrine, also known as the Powell Doctrine of Overwhelming Force, was elaborated by General Colin Powell in the run up to the 1990-1991 Gulf War. It is based in large part on the Weinberger Doctrine, devised by Caspar Weinberger, former Secretary of Defense and Powell's former boss.
Powell Island Powell Island is a narrow island 7 miles long and 2 miles wide, lying between Coronation and Laurie Islands in the central part of the South Orkney Islands. Discovered on the occasion of the joint cruise by Capt.
Powell Library Powell Library is the main college undergraduate library on the campus of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). It was constructed in the 1920s and was one of the original four buildings that comprised the UCLA campus in the early period of the university's life.
Powell Mountain Powell Mountain (or "Powells Mountain") is a mountain ridge of the Ridge-and-valley Appalachians of the Appalachian Mountains. It is a long and narrow ridge, running northeast to southwest, from about Norton, Virginia to near Tazewell, Tennessee.
Powell Street Festival The Powell Street Festival is an ongoing annual festival in Vancouver's Japantown. Originating in 1977 the Powell Street Festival is the largest Japanese Canadian festival and the longest ongoing community event in Vancouver.
Powell Street Station Powell Street Station is a Muni Metro and Bay Area Rapid Transit station near the intersection of Market Street and Powell Street in downtown San Francisco, California. The station is located along the Market Street Subway and extends underground from Fourth Street to Fifth Street.
Powell's Books Powell's Books is a chain of bookstores in the Portland metropolitan area with origins in Chicago, Illinois. Powell's headquarters location, Powell's City of Books, is the largest independent new and used bookstore in the United States.
Powell, Tennessee Powell, Tennessee is a small community in Knox County, Tennessee, United States, located in the Emory Road corridor, just north of Knoxville, between Knoxville and Oak Ridge. It is included in the "Knoxville, Tennessee Metropolitan Statistical Area".
Powelliphanta annectens Powelliphanta annectens is a rare terrestrial mollusc in the family Rhytididae, endemic to the South Island of New Zealand. It is found only at altitudes of between 2,000 and 2,500 ft from the Oparara River near Karamea, to Gunner Downs south of the Heaphy River, in the South Island.
Powelliphanta gilliesi aurea Powelliphanta gilliesi aurea is a terrestrial mollusc in the family Rhytididae, endemic to the South Island of New Zealand. It is found only at Mangarakau, West Nelson, in a small forest remnant only about a mile from the locality of Powelliphanta gilliesi brunnea.
Powelliphanta gilliesi brunnea Powelliphanta gilliesi brunnea is a terrestrial mollusc in the family Rhytididae, endemic to the South Island of New Zealand. It is found only just north of the Paturau River, West Nelson, in a small remnant of original coastal forest.
Powelliphanta gilliesi gilliesi Powelliphanta gilliesi gilliesi is a terrestrial mollusc in the family Rhytididae, endemic to the South Island of New Zealand. It is found only on the northern part of the Wakamarama Range in West Nelson, from near sea level to 2,000 ft.
Powelliphanta gilliesi montana Powelliphanta gilliesi montana is a terrestrial mollusc in the family Rhytididae, endemic to the South Island of New Zealand. It is found on the Wakamarama Range, in the West Nelson area, around tussock clumps.
Powelliphanta hochstetteri anatokiensis Powelliphanta hochstetteri anatokiensis is a rare terrestrial mollusc in the family Rhytididae, endemic to the South Island of New Zealand. It is found only in the western part of the Tasman Mountains, in the Tasman district of the north west South Island.
Powelliphanta hochstetteri consobrina Powelliphanta hochstetteri consobrina is a rare terrestrial mollusc in the family Rhytididae, endemic to the South Island of New Zealand. It is found on Mount Duppa, and between Pelorus and Queen Charlotte Sounds, at the north of the South Island.
Powelliphanta hochstetteri hochstetteri Powelliphanta hochstetteri hochstetteri is a rare terrestrial mollusc in the family Rhytididae, endemic to the South Island of New Zealand. It is found on the Pikikiruna Range between Motueka and Takaka, and the Tasman Mountains, at the north of the South Island.
Powelliphanta hochstetteri obscura Powelliphanta hochstetteri obscura is a rare terrestrial mollusc in the family Rhytididae, endemic to the South Island of New Zealand. It is found in the western Marlborough Sounds including D'urville Island, at the north of the South Island.
Powelliphanta lignaria johnstoni Powelliphanta lignaria johnstoni is a rare terrestrial mollusc in the family Rhytididae, endemic to the South Island of New Zealand. It is only found in a block of mountainous coastal country, isolated by the sea to the west, and by the Mokihinui and Ngakawau rivers.
Powelliphanta lignaria lignaria Powelliphanta lignaria lignaria is a large rare terrestrial mollusc in the family Rhytididae, endemic to the South Island of New Zealand. It is only found on the west of the South Island between the Mokihinui River northward to The Bluff, at altitudes up to at least 1,500 ft.
Powelliphanta lignaria lusca Powelliphanta lignaria lusca is a large rare terrestrial mollusc in the family Rhytididae, endemic to the South Island of New Zealand. It is only found on the west of the South Island between the Mokihinui River and Little Wanganui.
Powelliphanta lignaria oconnori Powelliphanta lignaria oconnori is a large rare terrestrial mollusc in the family Rhytididae, endemic to the South Island of New Zealand. It is only found around the headwaters of the Leslie River, a tributary of the Karamea River.
Powelliphanta lignaria rotella Powelliphanta lignaria rotella is a large rare terrestrial mollusc in the family Rhytididae, endemic to the South Island of New Zealand. It is only in the Seddonville area, and on the western slopes of Mount Glasgow.
Powelliphanta lignaria ruforadiata Powelliphanta lignaria ruforadiata is a large rare terrestrial mollusc in the family Rhytididae, endemic to the South Island of New Zealand. It is only found about 5 miles north of the Mokihinui River, extending down the north side of the Mokihinui River gorge.
Powelliphanta rossiana "Fox" Powelliphanta rossiana "Fox" is a very rare undescribed large terrestrial mollusc in the family Rhytididae, endemic to the South Island of New Zealand. It is found only around the Fox Glacier in Westland.
Powelliphanta rossiana fletcheri Powelliphanta rossiana fletcheri is a rare terrestrial mollusc in the family Rhytididae, endemic to the South Island of New Zealand. It is found at altitudes of between 3,000 and 4,000 ft on the eastern side of Lake Kaniere in Westland in the South Island.
Powelliphanta rossiana gagei Powelliphanta rossiana gagei is a rare terrestrial mollusc in the family Rhytididae, endemic to the South Island of New Zealand. It is found at altitudes of between 2,500 and 3,500 ft on the hills to the east of Greymouth and Reefton in Westland in the South Island.
Powelliphanta rossiana patrickensis Powelliphanta rossiana patrickensis is a rare terrestrial mollusc in the family Rhytididae, endemic to the South Island of New Zealand. It is found at altitudes of about 2,500 ft under tussock in swampy ground between Mount Rochefort and Denniston in Westland in the South Island.
Powelliphanta rossiana rossiana Powelliphanta rossiana rossiana is a rare terrestrial mollusc in the family Rhytididae, endemic to the South Island of New Zealand. It is found at altitudes of between 2,900 and 3,600 ft on hills in Westland in the South Island.
Powelliphanta spedeni lateumbilicata Powelliphanta spedeni lateumbilicata is an uncommon terrestrial mollusc in the family Rhytididae, endemic to the South Island of New Zealand. It is found at altitudes of between 3,000 and 3,500 ft on hills in Otago in the South Island.
Powelliphanta spedeni spedeni Powelliphanta spedeni spedeni is an uncommon terrestrial mollusc in the family Rhytididae, endemic to the South Island of New Zealand. It is found at altitudes of around 3,200 ft on hills to the west side of the Mataura River opposite East Dome, Southland.
Powelliphanta superba prouseorum Powelliphanta superba prouseorum is a rare terrestrial mollusc in the family Rhytididae, endemic to the north of the South Island of New Zealand. Its habitat is forest, at altitudes of between 1,500 and 2,000 ft, between Kahurangi Point and Rocks Point of the West Nelson district.
Powelliphanta superba superba Powelliphanta superba superba is a rare terrestrial mollusc in the family Rhytididae, endemic to the north of the South Island of New Zealand. Its habitat is forest, at altitudes of between 1,500 and 3,000 ft in the West Nelson district.
Powelliphanta traversi florida Powelliphanta traversi florida is a rare large terrestrial mollusc in the family Rhytididae, endemic to the North Island of New Zealand. It is found only in forest reserve at Muhunoa East, south east of Levin.
Powelliphanta traversi traversi Powelliphanta traversi traversi is a rare large terrestrial mollusc in the family Rhytididae, endemic to the North Island of New Zealand. It is found on the Horowhenua coastal plain from the Ohau River area northwards to the Manawatu River, and the adjacent foothills of the Tararua Ranges.
Powellism Powellism is the name given to a set of political views along the lines of Conservative MP, Enoch Powell. Although many among Powell's detractors would consider Powell, or at least some of his views, as far-right, they do in fact reflect a High Tory Libertarian outlook.
Powellite Powellite is a calcium molybdate mineral with formula CaMoO4. Powellite crystallizes with tetragonal - dipyramidal crystal structure as transparent adamantine blue, greenish brown, yellow to grey typically anhedral forms.
Powelton Village, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Powelton Village is a neighborhood of mostly Victorian, mostly twin homes in the West Philadelphia section of the United States city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is a national historic district which is part of University City.
Power & Communication Contractors Association Founded in 1945, the Power & Communication Contractors Association is a non-profit trade association primarily for electrical power facility construction companies, although the companies in its membership also provide directional drilling, local area and premises wiring, water and sewer utilities, and gas and oil pipelines. Its executive offices are in the Washington D.
Power (communication) The degree to which someone has power is the degree to which you give it to them. Based on work originally proposed by the social psychologists French and Raven, there are six different breakdowns of power in interpersonal communication: referent, legitimate, reward, coercive, persuasive, and expert.
Power (play) Power is a play by the British playwright Nick Dear. It is set in the court of King Louis XIV of France and explores the events and ideas that led him to take full control of government and become an absolute monarch.
Power (sociology) Much of the recent sociological debate on "power" revolves around the issue of constraining and/or enabling nature of power. Thus, power can be seen as various forms of constraint on human action, but also as that which makes action possible, although in a limited scope.
Power 612 Power 612 was a privately owned broadcasting company, which transmitted from September 1997 to January 2004 a German speaking pop music program on the mediumwave frequency 612 kHz via the transmitter Kiel-Kronshagen. Power 612 was receivable in whole Northern Germany, Danmark and Southern Sweden.
Power analysis In cryptography, power analysis is a form of side channel attack in which the attacker studies the power consumption of a cryptographic hardware device (such as a smart card, tamperproof "black box", microchip, etc). It can yield information about what the device is doing, and sometimes even some key material.
Power and Glory Power & Glory was a short lived tag-team in the World Wrestling Federation during the early 1990s (from about 1990-1991). This team consisted of former superstars Paul "Romeo" Roma (Glory-Looks) and Hercules (Power-Strength).
Power and Interest News Report Power and Interest News Report (PINR) is a global organization that provides analyses of conflicts and other international developments. It is independently funded and seeks to provide insight into various conflicts, regions, and points of interest around the globe.
Power and Market Power and Market: Government and the Economy is a 1970 book by Murray Rothbard in which he analyzes the negative effects of the various kinds of government intervention, and denies that government is either useful or necessary. It was originally part of his 1962 book Man, Economy, and State but was removed before publication for various reasons and later published under the above title.
Power attenuator (guitar) In electric Rock guitar, attenuators are used as a dummy load by sending all of the power to the power attenuator's built-in, mostly resistive dummy load and none to the speaker, in order to silence or reduce the output volume of an audio amplifier (for example, a guitar amplifier).
Power automorphism In mathematics, in the realm of group theory, a power automorphism of a group is an automorphism that takes each subgroup of the group to within itself. It is worth noting that the power automorphism of an infinite group may not restrict to an automorphism on each subgroup.
Power Analytics Power Analytics is the term used to describe the management of electrical power distribution, consumption, and preventative maintenance throughout a large organizationâ€™s facilities, particularly organizations with high electrical power requirements.
Power band The power band of an engine refers to the range of operating speeds under which the engine is able to operate efficiently. A typical gasoline automotive engine is capable of operating at a speed of between around 750 and 6000 RPM, but the engine's power band would be more limited.
Power behind the throne The phrase power behind the throne refers to a person or group that informally exercises the real power of an office. In politics, it most commonly refers to a spouse, aide, or advisor of a political leader (often called a "figurehead") who serves as de facto leader, setting policy through influence or manipulation.
Power Big Meet Power Big Meet is a the worlds largest classical car show and is held in VĂ¤sterĂĄs, Sweden for American cars (especially those from the 1950s and 1960s). It is held each summer during the first weekend of July (from Friday to Sunday) and is a major event for raggare from all over Sweden and the world.
Power cage The Power Cage (also known as a power rack, squat cage, or squat rack) is an item of weight training equipment designed to allow for a safe free weight workout using a barbell without the movement restrictions imposed by equipment such as the Smith machine.
Power center In geometry, the power center of three circles, also called the radical center, is the intersection point of the three radical lines. Radical lines are usually chords connecting the intersection points of a pair of circles, but can be generalized as dividing non-intersecting circles into equal circle power.
Power centre A power centre is an unenclosed shopping centre with to of gross leasable areaICSC SHOPPING CENTER DEFINITIONS that usually contains three or more big box retailers and various smaller retailers (usually located in plazas) with a common parking area shared among the retailers. It is likely to have more money spent on features and architecture than a traditional big box shopping center.
Power conditioner A power conditioner (also known as a line conditioner) is an electronic device, commonly taking the form of a powerstrip, that smooths out the peaks and dips of common household AC power. They create smooth power for precision electronics, such as computers and sound equipment.
Power connector A power connector is an electrical connector designed to carry a significant amount of electrical power, usually as DC or low-frequency AC. Some types of RF connector may also carry large amounts of power, but are considered as a separate category.
Power cord A power cord or mains cable is a cable that temporarily connects an electrical appliance to an electrical power source. The term is generally used for cables using a power plug to connect to a single-phase alternating current power source at "mains voltage" (100 to 240 volts, depending on the location).
Power creep Power creep is a the gradual unbalancing of a game world in a role-playing game or computer role-playing game due to the accumulation of power by the player or players. Power creep leads to fights that become more abstract than physical and a world that becomes increasingly unbelievable.
Power cycling Power cycling, also known as performing a 120 reset (after the 120 Volt AC power supply), is the act of turning a piece of computer equipment off and then on again with the intent of recovering from a hung state.
Power Comics Power Comics was an imprint of British comics publisher Odhams Press that was particularly notable for its use of material reprinted from American Marvel Comics. Appearing chiefly during the years 1967 and 1968, the Power Comics line consisted of five weekly titles: Wham!
Power Computing Power Computing was a short-lived manufacturer of Apple Macintosh-compatible computers. Some of its senior management, including president and chief operating officer Joel Kocher, had worked at Dell Computer, and, like Dell, it followed a direct, build-to-order sales model.
Power dips A power dip is a very short drop in voltage in a system (generally home AC wiring.) It is most commonly observed when a high-current device (such as a hair dryer, microwave, or table saw) is switched on and lights in the same system will dim momentarily.
Power dividers and directional couplers Power dividers and directional couplers are passive devices used in the field of radio technology. They couple part of the transmission power in a transmission line by a known amount out through another port, often by using two transmission lines set
Power door locks Power door locks (aka electric door locks or central locking) allow the driver or front passenger to simultaneously lock or unlock all the doors of an automobile or truck, by pressing a button or flipping a switch.
Power duo Power duo is a name sometimes given to two-piece rock bands consisting of just an electric guitarist and a drummer, particularly those who follow a similar blues rock style to a traditional power trio, for example the White Stripes and the Black Keys. A power duo can be described as "a power trio without the bassist".
Power Distribution Unit A Power Distribution Unit (Commonly abbreviated to PDU) is a device that distributes electric power by taking high voltage and amperage and reducing it to more common and useful levels, for example from 220V 30A single phase to multiple 110V 15A or 110V 20A plugs. They're used in computer data centers, touring bands, DJs, and other electrically intensive applications.
Power Down: Options and Actions for a Post-Carbon World Power Down: Options and Actions for a Post-Carbon World is a book by Richard Heinberg in which Heinberg discusses Peak Oil and its attendant implications for the global economy. Due to the dependence of industrialized society on cheap and readily available oil, Heinberg argues that the post-peak period of global history is likely to be characterized by social and economic turmoil, disruption of trade, declining standards of living, and warfare.
Power electronic substrate The role of the substrate in power electronics is to provide the interconnections to form an electric circuit (like a printed circuit board), and to cool the components. Compared to the techniques used in microelectronics, these substrates must carry higher currents, and provide a higher voltage isolation(up to several thousand volts).
Power elite A Power Elite, in political and sociological theory, is a small group of people who control a disproportionate amount of wealth, privilege, and access to decision-making of global consequence. The term was coined by C.
Power engineer Power Engineers work mainly around Prime Movers such as Boilers, Turbines, Steam Engines, Refrigeration Plants and all sorts of power driven devices required for moving materials and energy from one source to another. Power Engineers are often licensed as Marine Engineers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and in some cases 5th Class Engineers.