sand load

sand load

[′san ‚lōd]
(electromagnetism)
An attenuator used as a power-dissipating terminating section for a coaxial line or waveguide; the dielectric space in the line is filled with a mixture of sand and graphite that acts as a matched-impedance load, preventing standing waves.
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According to details a dumper Number E9618C was heading towards Sialkot with sand load from nullah Dek and crushed a motorcycle near Malipur killing the motor biker Mohammad Shahbaz on the spot whereas Asghar and Shabeer injured seriously.
However, with the shoreline enhancement that has occurred in Ocean City in the time since 1968, the sand load over the pipe has been documented to be up to a maximum depth of 21 feet underneath the dunes.
With high sand loads, it said, it will be extremely difficult to permanently restore channels to conditions that existed prior to the eruption.