fuel load

fuel load

The quantity of potential fuel within a building, including its contents and fabric.

fuel load

The weight of fuel usable in flight.
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One: Salvage logging generally will increase the woody fuel load on the ground in the short term (however, the total dead fuel load - down and standing dead, which is not mentioned in the study, is decreased).
The signs are that Button is on a heavier fuel load and playing the long game.
GlobalFlyer, carrying a fraction of its original fuel load, deployed a landing parachute and came to a swift stop on the runway.
The new regulations state the cars must begin the race carrying the same fuel load with which they qualified, making the sessions a crucial part of the race's strategic battle.
Plot Measurement One- Ten- Hundred- Thousand- type hour hour hour hour Burn 1999 fuel load (Mg [ha.
However, while designers had made the World Trade Centre sturdy enough to survive an airplane hit, they had not anticipated the terrible damage the fuel load could do.
The plane had set off with a fuel load of almost nine-tenths the aircraft's weight.
The new regulations stipulate that cars must start a grand prix carrying the fuel load with which they finished the qualifying session,now just a one-off lap.
As the fuel load lightened the car became easier to drive.
Championship leader Schumacher, who had been quickest in first practice, dropped to third just over a second behind, though his Ferrari could have had a heavier fuel load.