dynamic loading

dynamic loading

Loading by a piece of machinery or equipment which imposes a load in addition to its static load, as a result of its vibration or movement.
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Featuring two highly dynamic loading device units per vehicle, the cranes can move up to eight transport units at the same time, allowing for simultaneous storage and retrieval operations.
A comparison of this information with the static loading failure process shows that under the action of dynamic loading, the cracks develop more rapidly, the damage process comes more quickly, and the damage area is larger.
Liu et al., "Measurement and analysis of dynamic loading of trucks," Journal of Hunan University, vol.
Design of Dynamic Loading PGA Frequency Shaking Duration (g) (Hz) (Seconds) 0.30 1.4 8 0.30 1.6 8 0.30 1.8 8 0.35 1.4 8 0.35 1.6 8 0.35 1.8 8 0.40 1.4 8 0.40 1.6 8 0.40 1.8 8
The damage risk index of roadway surrounding rocks under dynamic loading is a function changing with time.
The dynamic properties of geomaterials are directly related to dynamic loading which typically encompasses three elements, namely, waveform, amplitude, and frequency.
The 63200A series provides 6 kW In a 4U-hlgh chassis, built-in digital microprocessors, master/slave parallel control, sine-wave dynamic loading, and a measurement accuracy of 0.015% + 0.015% FS, 0.04% + 0.04% FS, and 0.1% + 0.1% FS accuracy for voltage, current, and power measurement, respectively.
Finite-Element Modelling of Structural Concrete: Short-Term Static and Dynamic Loading Conditions
But obtaining a detailed map of component stresses and strains under dynamic loading is highly time consuming using traditional methods.