moving load

moving load

[′müv·iŋ ′lōd]
(mechanics)
A load that can move, such as vehicles or pedestrians.
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7] studied the vibration of a simply-supported laminated composite coated beam traversed by a random moving load.
These combinations can describe vertices of any loading locus or positions of loading when moving load is under consideration.
The vibration of curved-in-plane beams under a moving load is the subject of papers by Yang et al.
They support a moving load, provide isolation from road irregularities, and transfer forces in driving, braking and steering.
Over the past four years, many old and inadequate bridges in Michigan have been replaced with well-built, modern structures, capable of carrying a moving load of 18 tons.
Singson said that newly paved road prematurely opened or subjected to a moving load without attaining the prescribed curing period of three (3) days may result to an early deterioration of concrete pavement.
It is necessary to have an insight into the dynamic response of the rotating ball screw subjected to axially moving load during prototyping of the machine tool and controller [1].
2008) has been investigated the dynamic response of the supported bridges under moving load.
Holes in the top of the plenum create an air film between the plenum and belt, which supports the moving load.
of Western Sydney) take the vehicle-bridge system as an illustration of the moving load problem, and present analytical methods for estimating interaction forces using modern computer power for the numerical analysis.