uplift capacity

uplift capacity

A measure of the resistance of a pile to being pulled out of the ground.
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Kaleem Ullah added that the number of universities increased from 50 to 190 during last decade in Pakistan, simultaneously required steps to uplift capacity building of university teachers to deliver more effectively.
proposed an analytical model to predict the net uplift capacity of pile group anchors with limit equilibrium method and truncated cone model based on the experiment investigations [6].
The system automatically defines optimal load distribution, thereby optimising fuel requirements for airlines and increasing uplift capacity of aircraft.
Effect of Rate of Loading on Uplift Capacity of a Model Pile in Clay, Proceedings of the Eleventh (2001) International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference, Stavanger, Norway, 2001, pp.
Excluding the boost in uplift capacity, the increase in exports is also because of the airport s cargo complex-based processing facility working from morning till night on 7 days.
Other topics include estimating the elastic and consolidation settlement of foundations, dynamic bearing capacity and the associated settlement, materials and techniques for reinforcing foundations, and estimating ultimate uplift capacity.
It has a gross tonnage of 13,201 tonnes with a cable uplift capacity of 6,098 tonnes and a speed of 15 knots.
Testing data were collected and analyzed statistically to determine mean values and variance of the uplift capacity for each specimen group.
Clemence, "The Uplift Capacity of Helical Anchors in Sand," ASCE.
Finally, the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) has developed a test called ASTM E1592 for uplift capacity on larger roofs.
Shaheen Air Cargo was established in 1992 primarily to increase cargo uplift capacity out of Pakistan to serve its export needs.
Our two new offices will enable The Company to support this demand for uplift capacity when we begin flight operations.