hydraulic loading

hydraulic loading

[hī′drȯ·lik ′lōd·iŋ]
(mining engineering)
The flushing of coal or other material broken down by jets of water along the mine floor and into flumes.
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In terms of hydraulic retention time [HRT], as the bed height increases, so does the hydraulic retention time provided that the hydraulic loading rate remains constant.
For fast, safe transfer of loads to and from any truck bed to any dock height, the Dura-Dock series of hydraulic loading dock lifts functions without ramps or inclines.
Its main products are hydraulic loading cranes, container handling systems, and forestry and recycling cranes, forklifts, aerial work platforms, liftgates, marine and offshore solutions.
Palfinger, founded in 1932 in Austria, and now headquartered in Salzburg, has among its primary products hydraulic loading cranes, container handling systems, forestry and recycling cranes, forklifts, aerial work platforms, lift gates, marine and offshore solutions, and railway
Specific subjects include performance calculation of a mill hydraulic loading system, de-icing technology for electric transmission lines, and gear stress analysis and discrete optimization for a wheel-legged rover.
"We can load and unload cargo without relying on the kind of expensive hydraulic loading equipment you only find in Afghanistan's largest cities," he explained in a statement.
In the simplest ones the weight stack or the mass of the athlete is used to generate the resisting force acting the levers simulating the oars, in more sophisticated --rotational or linear motion magnetic, inertial/pneumatic or hydraulic loading units are employed.
So, ease off the hydraulic loading valve when using it!
Vertical flow constructed wetland filled with coarse sand was operated for treatment of refinery wastewater at hydraulic loading rate of 1.21, 1.44 and 1.71 m3/m2day[?]1, at regular intervals.
This study will apply various hydraulic loading conditions (flow velocities) to different cohesive soils and measure the erosion responses.
Approximately 120 problems are addressed, divided among the two levels, and include: solids and hydraulic loading rate calculations, dosage problems, pressure problems, sludge production calculations, and basic electricity problems.
One of the major failures of the SWIS is the surcharging problem caused by excess system hydraulic loading (Geary, 1994).