double load

double load

[¦dəb·əl ¦lōd]
(engineering)
A charge separated by inert material in a borehole.
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But they had scarcely charged the animal with this double load, when he began to stagger, and then with a great effort walked a few minutes, then staggered again, and sank down dead by the side of the black horse, which he had just managed to come up to.
They argued the bifurcation will help improve power supply as the load on this feeder will be distributed adding the powerful grid station at Swari was capable to shoulder two time double load but the main issue was just the lengthy feeder due to which the transformer was heating up and tripping automatically.
From fixed support arm models for open pallet handling, to models with elevating support arm for use on uneven floors or double load handling.
It flows easily through powder measures, is very stable in a wide range of temperatures and due to its bulky nature, it's virtually impossible to get a double load as it will overflow the case.
Melinda Carmichael said a semi truck carrying a double load of dirt drives through her rural community every 2 1/2 minutes, bringing with it noise and blowing dust.