side slope

side slope

[′sīd ‚slōp]
(engineering)
A test course used to determine lateral stability of a vehicle as well as steering, carburetion, and other functions.
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For all subjects where applied 9 tests; in table 1 are found the abbreviations used in this study: the flexion muscle strength testing, from sitting; muscle strength testing on the left side slope, from sitting; muscle strength testing the extension of sitting; muscle strength testing on the right side slope, from sitting; flexion muscle strength testing of standing; muscle strength testing on left lateral tilt of standing; muscle strength testing the extension from standing; muscle strength testing on the right side slope of standing; lumbar muscle strength testing (classic test)
This allows vehicles from sectors including the military and fire service to undergo tests such as roll stability, rollover angle, centre of gravity and vehicle function and performance on a side slope.
The vehicle is capable of climbing a 407mm vertical wall, traversing a 40% side slope and operating in up to 610mm of water.
He says: "The vehicle is capable of traversing a 40% side slope and operating in water.
The static side slope stability for all models is at least 30 degrees.
The track gauge has been widened by over four inches to a full 98 inches for improved side slope stability and increased cooling airflow area.
Surface runoff from the high on the side slope starts to cut rill and gullies into the tilled fields (Figure 3).
Tenders are invited for side slope hand mowing and trimming services.
Completion of the protection of a 500 meters long section of the right side slope of the Nile path from Kilo 191.
The proposed NFPA rules call for faster acceleration and greater side slope stability to enhance safety and response times.
of soil cover with sod to serve as insulation, and side slope irrigation from stormwater ponds.
The static side slope stability for all models - including the whopping 4,500-gallon-capacity 8x8 - is at least 30 degrees.