- renewed energy or strength to continue an undertaking
"She had dinner and got a second wind to finish painting"
"the employers, initially taken by surprise at the pace of developments, regained their second wind"
- the return of relatively easy breathing after initial exhaustion during continuous exertion
- The ambient wind speed shall be equivalent to the mean wind speed in the 15 second interval occurring before the train head passes the wind sensor.
- The ambient wind speed is equivalent to the mean wind speed in the 3-second interval occurring before the train passes the wind sensor.
- The ambient wind speed is equivalent to the mean wind speed in the 3-second interval occurring before the train head passes the wind sensor.
- The signal shall be filtered using a 1 second window moving average filter. The wind speed shall be determined by the first sensor on the platform or by a separate wind sensor installed 1,2 m above platform.
- The signal shall be filtered using a 1 second window moving average filter. The ambient wind speed shall be determined at the first sensor at a height of 0,2 m above top of rail.
- The considered event shall be that of a whole train passing and shall consist of the time period starting 1 second before the passing of the train head and finishing 10 seconds after the train tail passes. The measurements shall be taken at 1,5 m, 1,8 m, 2,1 m, 2,4 m, 2,7 m, 3,0 m and 3,3 m height above the top of rail and shall be analysed separately for each measuring position. For any position the Δp2σ-requirement needs to be fulfilled. The value Δp2σ shall be the upper bound of a 2σ interval of (pmax – pmin) based on at least 10 independent and comparable test samples (at a certain measuring height) with ambient wind speeds of less than or equal to 2 m/s.
- Criteria referred to in Article 2, second paragraph Each of the criteria set out in this Section has been attributed a value expressed in points or fractions of points. In order to qualify for award of the eco-label, campsites must score a minimum number of points. If the campsite does not offer other accommodations suitable for the provision of shelter to lodgers as part of its services, the minimum score required is 16,5; if it does, the minimum score required is 20. The total score required shall be increased by one point for each of the following additional services which are offered that are under the management or ownership of the campsite: food services (including breakfast) and leisure activities. Leisure activities include saunas, swimming pools and all other such facilities which are within the campsite grounds and those green areas which are not part of the campsite structure, such as parks, woods and gardens which are open to guests. ENERGY 37. Photovoltaic, hydroelectric and wind generation of electricity (2 points)