There may also be controls for the supply of electricity to the switchboard, coming from a generator or bank of electrical generators, especially frequency control of AC power and load sharing controls, plus gauges showing frequency and perhaps a synchroscope. Both of these vary with temperature as well, and vary wildly because most meters are outdoors. The equilibrium between these two opposing forces results in the disc rotating at a speed proportional to the power or rate of energy usage.
It was horrible. If the ref had come over to stop the game I wouldn’t have complained.”I was hoping it wasn’t going to be a mistake costing either side the match.”You look at the goals and we have to defend them better but the conditions were terrible and it had an impact on the game.Read More”You have to credit St Mirren for coming back into it.”Livi winger Aymen Souda was the first beneficiary of dithering defending. He robbed Ryan Flynn before sweeping the ball home from the edge of the box on 12 minutes for the game first goal.Lyndon Dykes was denied by a stunning save from Czech keeper Vaclav Hladky midway through the first half before Saints levelled things up just after the half hour mark.Jon Obika seized on some hesitancy by Ricki Lamie before slamming the ball across goal for Junior Morais to tap home.Despite showing none of the wonderful, free flowing football from the previous week 3 0 win over Kilmarnock, the visitors were able to get their noses in front once more with the final action of the first half.Jon Guthrie, who opened the scoring against Killie, was left unmarked to head home a Craig Sibbald free kick.The Lions appeared to be in the drivers seat 10 minutes after the restart when Souda pounced on some more uncertainty in the St Mirren defence to slam the ball home from the edge of the box for his second of the game.But Obika would drill home from close range twice to earn a point for his side.
As similar as the two bands were in performance, though, the Fairies had been a tighter unit on record, at least on the sole album they had made with Wallis on hand. Kings of Oblivion was a powerhouse album of early 1970s hard rock, with few psychedelic trappings. Driven by the guitar bass drums trio of Wallis, Duncan Sanderson and Russell Hunter, it was closer in sound and conception to what Motrhead would become than the bulk of the music that Lemmy had recorded with Hawkwind.