bearing pressure

bearing pressure

[′ber·iŋ ‚presh·ər]
(mechanics)
Load on a bearing surface divided by its area. Also known as bearing stress.

bearing pressure

The pressure on a bearing, 2; the load on a bearing surface divided by its area.
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Perform testing of foundation excavations to verify design bearing pressure.
The project also required a low ground bearing pressure of 12 t/m 2 for constructing the crane's boom configurations and lifting the flare stack.
It was agreed that our leadership should work together with the government of South Sudan to put bearing pressure on the United Nations and the African Union to stop the government of Sudan from sponsoring illegal activities, otherwise nothing would prevent people from defending their land," Kuol told Sudan Tribune from Agok, an area south of Abyei town, the administrative headquarters of the region.
7-inch wide rubber tracks, providing excellent floatation and low ground bearing pressure.
In terms of construction, THOE has carried out a rigorous program of vibrocompaction ground engineering on the six islands and the plate load testing results have far and away achieved well beyond the acceptance criteria for the ultimate bearing pressure.
7-inch wide rubber tracks, providing excellent flotation and low ground bearing pressure.
Jindal Explorer is tailored to meet the unique requirements of offshore India s harsh environment, bearing pressure and rig geometry.
Halul will be designed to be operated in the high ambient temperatures of the Middle East and will be equipped with larger spud cans for reduced bearing pressure and wider operational coverage.
The KFELS B Class is supplied with larger spud cans to minimize bearing pressure and expand its operational coverage, especially in soft soil sea beds.
The KFELS B Class is equipped with larger spud cans for reduced bearing pressure and expands its operational coverage in more places, especially in sea beds where soft soil is predominant.
The KFELS B Class is equipped with larger spud cans to reduce bearing pressure and expand its operational coverage, especially in soft soil sea beds.
The KFELS B Class is equipped with larger spud cans for reduced bearing pressure which expands its operational coverage, especially in sea beds where soft soil is predominant.