asymmetric loading

asymmetric loading

asymmetric loading
This is the view of the aircraft as seen from above. The rotation of the propeller is clock-wise. Accordingly, the right blade is going down at instant of the illustration. The downgoing blade is at a higher angle of attack than that of the up-going blade. Hence, asymmetric wing loading.
The loading of a propeller disc in such a way that one side produces more thrust than the other side.
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According to differences less than one percent, the computational method can be efficiently applied to the structural analysis of the under-deck cable-stayed bridge with the double-level cable-staying system both for symmetric and asymmetric loading.
The specimens were tested under symmetric and asymmetric loading and strain data was recorded up to crack initiation.
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