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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