loading weight

loading weight

[′lōd·iŋ ‚wāt]
(engineering)
Weight of a powder put into a container.
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The machine's rapid feed rate is 50 m/min (X, Y, Z) and maximum loading weight is 250 kg.
Although the first loading weight is in essence a spectrum of the `pure' soil components correlating most strongly with the soil properties, subsequent loading weights show variation within this `pure' component spectrum, i.
The loading weight indicated that micronutrients were associated with the clay fraction and dependent on the type of clay present.
Sharp, strong negative peaks were observed in the second loading weight for all metals at 3696 and 3623 [cm.
To confirm the correlation effect of high carbonate concentrations on the loading weight of some of the samples, an additional PLS analysis was performed using only those samples with no detected carbonate (Fig.
The surface area being ground, and the loading weight should be varied to optimum conditions for each material.
Proceeding beyond maximum vehicle axle loading weight sign where vehicle axle loading weight exceeds maximum specified
2) Portable Hand Held Shore - D Hardness Tester With Stand And Loading Weight 5 Kg.
The strongmen will be holding, lifting, dragging and loading weights of up to 1,000 pounds in disciplines such as tire flipping, car lifting and truck pulling.
The loading of vehicles is now undertaken by warehouse staff whose only priority is to load them ASAP and who do not know about vehicle handling or legal niceties like axle loading weights.
Compared to crystalline solar modules, with a weight per unit area of five and nine kg/m squared, these modules are extremely lightweight and are therefore highly suited to roofs with low loading weights.