breaking load


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breaking load

[′brāk·iŋ ‚lōd]
(mechanics)
The stress which, when steadily applied to a structural member, is just sufficient to break or rupture it. Also known as ultimate load.

breaking load, failure load, fracture load, ultimate load

The load which, if placed upon a structure or test piece, is just great enough to break it.
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The sintered component has a slightly higher breaking load of 40 kN when compared to heat-treated sintered component which has a breaking load of 34.
The average breaking load for the three specimens was 19 kN.
Also from Table 1, we conclude that, if twisted, breaking load is twice the breaking load of yarn.
Since aluminum is too soft to draw for small-wire dimensions, an alloying metal (normally silicon) must be added to meet necessary breaking load and elongation parameters.
Lay 6X 19 Contruction Performed Wire Tensile Strength Designation 1770 Galvd B Type To Is: 1835/76 Fibre Core Breaking Load Of Wire Rope 19.
Lay 6X37 6X18/12/6/1 Construction Fibre Core Galvanised B Type To Is 1835/76 Performed Tensile Strength Designation Of Wire 1770 Breaking Load Of Wire Rope 169 Kn To Is 2266/1977.
Tenders are invited for Derrick Wire Rope Left Of Construction 8 X 26 Iwrc Plastic Impregnated Compact Strands,Self Lubricated A 26 X 130M Rgg Ordinary Lay, Ungalavanized,1770N/Mm Sq,Minimum Breaking Load 504.
Tenders are invited for Buffer Door Belt As Per Din 22 102, 1600Mm Wide, Nylon/Nylon, Minimum Breaking Load 400N/Mm Belt Width, 2 Ply, Top Cover 25Mm, Bottom Cover 3Mm, Cover Grade-X As Per The Specifications Enclosed.
Ordinary Lay 6X37 Construction Fibre Core Performed Tensile Strength Designation Of Wire 1770 N/Mm2 Galvanised B Type To Is : 1835/1976 Breaking Load Of Wire Rope 209 Kn To Is: 2266/1977.
Lay 6X37 Construction Fibre Core Tensile Strength Designation Of Wire 1770 Performed Galvanised B Type To Is 1835/76 Breaking Load Of Wire Rope 353 Kn Is 2266/77.