Energy Efficiency of an Appliance


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Formula: Efficiency = Output Energy / Input Energy

The energy efficiency of an appliance is a measure of the ratio of useful output energy to the total input energy consumed. For instance, in electric heaters, outputEnergy is the heat generated by the appliance, while inputEnergy is the electrical energy consumed to generate that heat. Energy efficiency is expressed as a decimal fraction between 0 and 1, where a higher number indicates greater efficiency. This concept is crucial for evaluating the eco-friendliness and cost-effectiveness of electrical appliances.

Tags: Energy Efficiency, Appliance, Sustainability