suspended load


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suspended load

[sə′spen·dəd ′lōd]
(geology)
The part of the stream load that is carried for a long time in suspension. Also known as suspension load.
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Further, in an effort to increase production, the mine was intending to increase the suspended load and was concerned about further exacerbating the problems in this area.
The total sediment load has been estimated by adding 10% bed load in the computed suspended load.
16009, which states, "persons shall stay clear of suspended loads," when a miner did not stay clear of a suspended load during a crane assembly project.
treatment industry produces 174 kg of suspended load and after treatment the suspended load is reduced to 18.
Subpart CC applies to power-operated equipment, when used in construction, which can hoist, lower and horizontally move a suspended load.
For comparing the evaluated sediment by the exprimental model of the sedimentary station in the outer part of the basin, the suspended load and bed load were used.
According to the many previous researchers for the overhead crane, the sway of the suspended load is caused by improper operator's control of the trolley and disturbance on the load.
Safety observers did not allow personnel within ten feet of the suspended load.
Bedload and suspended load sediment losses have different relationships with cover (McIvor et al.
Using IRS LISS II data Sasmal and Raju (1996) monitored the suspended load in estuarine waters of the Hoogly, West Bengal in a GIS environment.
Similarly, Heart of Darkness is a suspended load of burnt timber from a forest fire in Florida three years ago.
The new pack also saves the wearer effort:Carrying a 27-kg suspended load required no more metabolic power than carrying a 21.