Loss resistance usually results in heat generation rather than radiation, and reduces efficiency.
On the other hand, heat generation cannot be varied with demand or shut off when not needed.
This helps save on space and cuts down on heat generation.
He wrote a textbook on heat generation from electrical sources in 1930.
Nearly all "garbage" can be burned for heat generation to power things.
Also, there must be no heat generation from the body itself.
Reduced heat generation, which is exactly proportional to the power consumption.
You need to be careful of the reaction rate and heat generation.
Loss resistance results in heat generation rather than radiation, thus reducing efficiency.
It seemed to concern more than rate of heat generation and loss.