external load

external load

external load
i. A load carried, or extended, outside the aircraft fuselage (e.g., weapons, fuel tanks).
ii. A load carried by helicopter or floatplane outside its fuselage. These are normally carried by slings, which are suspended below the helicopter and are referred to as slung loads or attached rigidly to the airframe.
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As stated above, HRV responses may be influenced by a range of lifestyle and/or environmental factors (e.g., sleep quality) (Burton et al., 2010), which can also influence the sRPE internal load measure produced in response to a given external load (Impellizzeri et al., 2004).
Other presentations included the effects of ageing on both cardiac and endothelial function, the influence of external load during whole body vibration, variation of nitrate and nitrite concentration following ingestion of beetroot juice, intra-individual variability in nitrate reducing bacteria in the oral cavity, and meta-analysis of knee rehabilitation techniques.
The single-engine, single-seat K-MAX[R] is a rugged low-maintenance aircraft that features a counter-rotating rotor system and is optimized for external load operations and designed specifically for vertical reference flight.
[[[F.sub.s] [M.sub.s]].sup.T] = [[F.sub .x], [F.sub.y], [F.sub.z], [M.sub.x], [M.sub.y], [M.sub.z]].sup.T] is expressed the external load which is decomposed in [o.sub.1]- [x.sub.1][y.sub.1][z.sub.1].
Only after an increment of external load the positive influence strengthening with CFRP can be distinguished, because the increment of deflections becomes smaller.
Besides those methods based on encryption and data aggregation [4, 11-16], some approaches are prone to use of rechargeable batteries to modify the external load [1,17-20], which is called battery-based load hiding (BLH).
In this stroke, most energy can be harvested, and the external load can be adjusted to achieve semiactive suspension.
The training process is usually described by the external load values.
An external load is connected to the device to extract the electrons and harness power.
The external load percentage and the design temperature change in Equation 1 could vary a lot in different applications.
The maximum displacements measured for the not preloaded carriages under an external load of 10 kN were about 52.4 [micro]m and 46 [micro]m for experimental and numerical methods, respectively.