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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The written examination will be held after the bearing test.
The orbital bearing test, [for example,] has been used to generate supporting data for manufacturers and the FDA for approximately 70% of the hip products on the market, yet there is still no approved standard for this test.
The bearing test was conducted on the opposite end of specimens previously used for the shear test.
For the bearing test machine, only two processors are used.
SAN ANTONIO -- Researchers at Southwest Research Institute have designed and built a 60,000 rpm gas bearing test rig to test the rotordynamic stability of gas bearings.
The shaft diameter was measured at the beginning and end of each bearing test.
The program will include a plant tour, 3-Edge Bearing Test, instruction on "Performance Based Infrastructure" and a video inspection of reinforced concrete pipe and high-density polyethylene pipe.
Vibrac will continue to develop new technologies while moving forward with a new and dedicated focus on advancing our lines of precision torque sensors, torque testing instruments and bearing test systems.
The TV ad includes a test comparing performance of SuperBAT and it's closest competitors (Slick 50, Duralube, and Prolong) using standard bearing test machines.
SuperBAT will be challenging its four largest competitors (Slick 50, Duralube, Prolong and Syntex) to a similar "$100,000 Dollar Challenge", except this time comparisons will involve independent scientific lab testing using standard bearing test machines.
The qualification of these two modifications calls for a test program using SEP's test stand at its Vernon (France) site for several turbopumps, and the bearing test bench at the University of Liege (Belgium) to test a number of bearings.