Transverse loading

Transverse loading

Loading that is perpendicular to a structural member, such as a vertical loading on a horizontal beam.
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To begin with, mechanical models corresponding to longitudinal and transverse loading scenarios of DPs are established in Section 2.
Transverse loading will affect the longitudinal mechanical properties; however, this project is more concerned about the longitudinal seismic behavior, so the transverse input is no longer conducted.
In Figure 7 a comparison is made between model 1 and 2 with just bolt number 2 (B2) and relative transverse loading of [S.sub.Q] = 0.21mm between the clamped part and nut component, as a sine function for 10 load cycles.
Zhang, "Investigation into the loosening mechanism of bolt in curvic coupling subjected to transverse loading," Engineering Failure Analysis, vol.
1--(a) Longitudinal and (b.) transverse loading on fiber reinforced polymers (FRP) composites.
However, for transverse loading fibre direction, the strength predicted to be the lowest as the fibre will act as the hard inclusion in the matrix instead of the principal load-carrying member.
A transverse loading in the form of uniformly distributed load is also applied on the longitudinal top surface of the beam to produce simultaneous cantilever action.
Both ultimate and serviceability limit states apply to the situation of a pile with a transverse loading component.
Unfortunately, the radial clearances between traditional male and female 60[degrees] "vee" threads permit relative sideways or lateral movement when shock, vibration, or transverse loading occurs.
Unfortunately, the radial clearances between traditional male and female 60-degree V-threads permit relative sideways or lateral movement when shock, vibration, or transverse loading occurs.
In the longitudinal and transverse loading tests, a horizontal load was applied to the quick-hardening track until the maximum loading capacity was developed.

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