load point

load point

[′lōd ‚pȯint]
(computer science)
Preset point on a magnetic tape from which reading or writing will start.
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A constant increase of the knock reduction with higher rail pressure is already visible at the lowest load point. With increasing load and thus injected water mass, the benefit grows.
Furthermore, the engine-out N[O.sub.X] emissions were kept constant for every load point by an adjustment of the EGR-rate and the exhaust back pressure was kept at a constant offset to the boost pressure, depending on the load point.
A scale section is determined by the presence of a load point, which is simply the location of a load sensor (also known as a load cell or strain gauge).
Located at upstream of fault segment, before fault isolation, load point in this region cannot restore power.
MVAD065 features remote sense which compensates for lead losses up to 0.4 VDC at the load point.
The bounded DoE measurements for each speed and load point were combined into one test schedule and randomized to prevent uncontrolled factors from skewing the data across engine operating points.
They are, according to the manufacturer, the first integrated systems on the market to achieve this critical load point in a typical data center rack, row or room design.
The motor achieves an efficiency of 85% at its load point. It is shown with a 5.5" flange; however, other custom mounting configurations are available.
Furthermore, this load point is characterized by quite low temperatures, making the low temperature heat release (LTHR) an important parameter for combustion.
This produces better product flow from load point to pick point.
supplying and drawing 1x18 SWG Gl Wire as fish wire inside the pipes and fittings and providing 50 mm dia disc of MS sheet (20 SWG) having colour paint at one face fastened at the load point end of the polythene pipe with fish wire (synchronizing with roof/beam casting work of building construction)