hanging load

hanging load

[′haŋ·iŋ ¦lōd]
(mechanical engineering)
The weight that can be suspended on a hoist line or hook device in a drill tripod or derrick without causing the members of the derrick or tripod to buckle.
The weight suspended or supported by a bearing.
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Let suppose that the hanging load in the rope has the maximal high from the base, this ensure stability and the rope should be taken shorter so we can have swing system with higher stiffness.