carrier loading

carrier loading

[′kar·ē·ər ‚lōd·iŋ]
(electromagnetism)
The addition of lumped inductances to the cable section of a transmission line specifically designed for carrier transmission; it serves to minimize impedance mismatch between cable and open wire and to reduce the cable attenuation.
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Analysis on straddle carrier market covers a detailed scrutiny on straddle carrier loading capacity as well as stacking of containers on straddle carrier.
The first includes new unloading facilities for LNG carriers with capacities ranging from 40,000 to 177,000 cubic meters; a 200,000-cubic-meter LNG storage tank with a maximum sendout capacity of up to 5 metric tons per annum (MTPA); two LNG truck loading bays; as well as provisions for a future LNG carrier loading system for vessel capacities ranging from 5,000 to 40,000 cubic meters.
They are now used at multiple workstations including loading electric meter boxes, PCBA loading and assembling, power testing and code scanning, and carrier loading and assembly.
"Federal courts have regularly found" that interstate commerce law pre-empts state attempts to regulate rail carrier loading and property delivery, the refinery's filing said.
The Charter's objectives are to encourage as many European and international organisations working in the maritime area as possible to fight - to the best of their ability - against the use of sub-standard ships, and to promote more reliable and safer transport, which fully respects the environment and which should respect crew working and living conditions.Initiatives from Member States.The EU's incoming Portuguese Presidency states in its priorities that in the field of sea transport, "the Presidency's work will focus on safe bulk carrier loading and unloading operations in Community ports and the future creation of a Maritime Safety Committee".
Department of Commerce requires specific labeling on the bill of lading, air waybill or other carrier loading documents.
The first includes new unloading facilities for LNG carriers with capacities ranging from 40,000 to 177,000 cubic meters; a 200,000-cubic meter LNG storage tank with a maximum send-out capacity of up to 5 metric tons per annum (MTPA); two LNG truck loading bays; as well as provisions for a future LNG carrier loading system for vessel capacities ranging from 5,000 to 40,000 cubic meters.
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