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I am a captain with an airline and fly airbus 320. Aircraft Airbus 320 has two 110/220v 400 hz 90 kva generators, run by two engines. There is an electronic display in the aircraft that also shows the parameters of the electrical system. One of the parameters is 'load'. Shown in percentage for both the generators separately. It's value is about 26% most of the time. Can anyone please explain to me what this load is? Thanks in advance

I am a captain with an airline and fly airbus 320. Aircraft has two 110/220v 400 hz 90 kva generators, run by two engines. There is an electronic display in the aircraft that also shows the parameters of the electrical system. One of the parameters is 'load'. Shown in percentage for both the generators separately. It's value is about 26% most of the time. Can anyone please explain to me what this load is? Thanks in advance

Aircraft Airbus 320 has two 110/220v 400 hz 90 kva generators, run by two engines. There is an electronic display in the aircraft that also shows the parameters of the electrical system. One of the parameters is 'load'. Shown in percentage for both the generators separately. It's value is about 26% most of the time. Can anyone please explain to me what this load is? Thanks in advance

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I am a captain with an airline and fly airbus 320. Aircraft has two 110/220v 400 hz 90 kva generators, run by two engines. There is an electronic display in the aircraft that also shows the parameters of the electrical system. One of the parameters is 'load'. Shown in percentage for both the generators separately. It's value is about 26% most of the time. Can anyone please explain to me what this load is? Thanks in advance