critical load


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critical load

The load, 1 on a member or structure at which failure is likely to occur.
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Also, it would require significant shutdown time which would result in prolonged load management and power outages in critical load centers.
The microturbines will provide primary power, with the critical load being the compression systems at each site.
Tenders are invited for Enhancement Of Existing Labotek Make Seamless Power Supply System Into Upgraded Technology For Critical Load Of Medical Equipment At Ward No.
As of the same date, it also owned one wholesale data centre with a critical load of 19.
PowerScale is available in three cabinet sizes, enabling the customer to choose the ideal capacity and required autonomy for critical load.
The buckling analyses of plate with through-thickness holes are performed to find the critical load and buckling coefficients of plates having holes with respect to plate thickness and diameter of hole.
The company's 12 data centers are located in four major US markets, which total three million gross square feet and 266 megawatts of available critical load to power the servers and computing equipment of its customers.
As for microindentation tests, qualitative analysis of scratch tracks was extended to a quantitative analysis by measuring the critical load values in order to have an idea about the coatings adhesion.
Based on my reading of ASTM D7027 and experience with past wet adhesion tests, I would think that the critical load for disbonding would be sufficient for at least ranking coatings and comparing pairs of panels for wet adhesion and might possibly, produce data that are more useful than that (better than crosshatch and tape).
Sentinel Data Centers announced that it will significantly expand its NJ-1 facility in Somerset, New Jersey, adding up to 200,000 gross square feet and 20 megawatts of critical load.
For the peak one-hour long-distance AM arrivals at Euston the total capacity available for 2011 and 2012 was 4,902; the total critical load in 2011 was 3,487, falling to 3,149 in 2012.