bearing test

bearing test

[′ber·iŋ ‚test]
(engineering)
A test of the bearing capacities of pile foundations, such as a field loading test of an individual pile; a laboratory test of soil samples for bearing capacities.

bearing test

A field or laboratory test to determine the bearing capacity of a soil sample, individual pile, pile foundation, or the like.
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This is a prior information notice to advise of ore catapult~s intention to commission the services of a company (or consortium) to design, procure, construct and commission a wind turbine bearing test facility at its blyth site, comprising a strong floor, bearing test rig, and associated hydraulic, mechanical, electrical, instrumentation & control systems (the bearing facility ).
The analysis of data regarding articular incapacitation, assessed using the weight bearing test, demonstrated that the OA induction was effective, as we observed a statistically significant difference between the OA group that received saline (group SAL) and Control group (healthy animals that received saline).
BOWMAN INTERNATIONAL has announced its expert team of : engineers has developed a bespoke bearing test machine, providing an in-house facility that can determine bearing capabilities and provide fault analysis for plain bearings.
This new approach, based on the strain variance on the surface of the bearing outer ring, is tested on a dedicated bearing test setup.
Caption: Three-edge bearing test determines fiber-reinforced specimen's supporting strength, D-Load, and corresponding ASTM C76-defined Class.
Following the same analysis procedure, the results of the healthy bearing test are presented in Figures 18-23.
The written examination will be held after the bearing test.
09 [degrees] with rotational speed feedback, making the 8661 sensor good for precision micro-mechanics, electric motor test beds, bearing test stands or wherever combined torque and angular position characteristics need to be measured reliably.
Karachalios et al (2005) examined the sensitivity, specificity and diagnostic accuracy of this new dynamic weight bearing test.
The orbital bearing test, [for example,] has been used to generate supporting data for manufacturers and the FDA for approximately 70% of the hip products on the market, yet there is still no approved standard for this test.
The bearing test was conducted on the opposite end of specimens previously used for the shear test.
Figure 8 shows the changes of the bearing parameters, the moment of friction (left) and RPM (right) in the new bearing test.