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unload

[ən′lōd]
(computer science)
To remove or copy data from a computer system.

unload

To remove a program from memory or take a tape or disk out of its drive.
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Compared to the original series unloaders, HawkeyePedershaab engineers note, the new models feature:
The contract calls for the delivery of an ST 790-D ship unloader with a rated capacity of 1,400t/h and two jetty belt conveyors.
The unloaders had been used by RWE to discharge wood pellets and will now be used by Newport for the discharge of soda ash used in glass making.
Since 2000, the company has sold more than 50 coal unloaders.
for design and supply of a bucket-chain continuous ship unloader (CSU) for handling iron ore and coal at the ILVA steel plant in Taranto, Italy.
The company also invented a travelling hammermill to work in conjunction with a railroad car dumper; a crane that automatically replaces worn wire rope when safety requires it; and the Continuous Barge Unloader, a machine with a series of buckets running in a continuous loop, which now makes up the majority of unloaders on the Mississippi Delta.
The deal, which was awarded by Jorf Lasfar Energy Company (JLEC), also includes relocation of two existing unloaders.
Cargotec's Siwertell products include land-based ship loaders, unloaders, screw conveyors and terminal systems that are delivered throughout the world.
The unloaders also feature a Spout-Lock clamp ring that forms a high-integrity seal between the clean side of the bag spout and the clean side of the equipment, while a telescoping tube maintains constant downward pressure on the clamp ring and bag spout, elongating the bag as it empties to promote complete discharge.
The unloaders also feature a Spout-Lock[R] clamp ring that forms a high-integrity seal between the clean side of the bag spout and the clean side of the equipment, while a Tele-Tube[R] telescoping tube maintains constant downward pressure on the clamp ring and bag spout, elongating the bag as it empties to promote complete discharge.
GAS Products, located in Blue Springs, MO designs and manufactures unloaders, valves, and valve components, including its radial poppet valve and unloader product line, as well as an array of poppet valve repair components for reciprocating gas and air compressors.
Unlike fixed-frame unloaders that require sufficient headroom above the top of the frame to clear the load-backrest of a forklift, the Split Frame Unloader allows the upper frame to be relocated by forklift onto the plant floor, loaded with a bulk bag and then resited back onto the subframe within several centimeters of the ceiling.