bearing test

bearing test

[′ber·iŋ ‚test]
(engineering)
A test of the bearing capacities of pile foundations, such as a field loading test of an individual pile; a laboratory test of soil samples for bearing capacities.

bearing test

A field or laboratory test to determine the bearing capacity of a soil sample, individual pile, pile foundation, or the like.
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At Schaeffler, compliance with EN 12082 is verified on special axlebox bearing test rigs.
Tenders are invited for Construction of foundation for bearing test rig and misc works at tribology bay at bhel r&d
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This new approach, based on the strain variance on the surface of the bearing outer ring, is tested on a dedicated bearing test setup.
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