dynamic load


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dynamic load

[dī¦nam·ik ′lōd]
(aerospace engineering)
With respect to aircraft, rockets, or spacecraft, a load due to an acceleration of craft, as imposed by gusts, by maneuvering, by landing, by firing rockets, and so on.
(civil engineering)
A force exerted by a moving body on a resisting member, usually in a relatively short time interval. Also known as energy load.

dynamic load

Any load which is nonstatic, such as a wind load or a moving live load.

dynamic load

The loads imposed on aircraft maneuvering, gusts, landing, taxiing, firing of weapons, etc., as opposed to static loads. A dynamic load is equal to the apparent weight of the entire loaded aircraft. For example, an aircraft turning with 60° bank turn will experience a 2 g force, and the apparent weight of the aircraft, or its dynamic load, will be twice its weight.
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With developing technology, dynamic load tests can provide good results with load transfer information.
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The dynamic load source was applied in the coal seam above the roadway with a vertical distance of 7.5 m to the roadway roof and a horizontal distance of 13.75 m to the sidewall near the source to simulate the typical oblique-incidence dynamic disturbance during track roadway tunneling.
Plastic strain and dynamic strength curves of remolded red clays under varying dynamic loads and load histories have been developed, in addition to the inclusion of those influencing factors.
Static and dynamic load test is a part of acceptance procedure for new bridges in Latvia and in many other countries around the world (Burdet, Corthay 1995; Karoumi, Andersson 2007; Cunha et al.
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