load sharing

load sharing

Distributing the workload between two or more computers. See load balancing.
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And because the system's modular architecture allows load sharing between modules, the output power remains unaffected in the rare case of failure.
Other benefits include drive-to-drive load sharing, to lower strain on individual drives, as well as high resistance to load and higher current available, for improved motor reactivity and stability.
When asked how the NTDC would deal with the rest of Ramazan and summer since Rawat grid's upgrading might take a couple of months, he said experts were working on it through load sharing or other methods.
The DynaNail Compressive Element allows effective load sharing across the bone due to its axial compliance during weight-bearing, said the company.
The setup then uses automatic load sharing and a load-dependent start-stop function to optimise both the power generated and the fuel consumed by the diesel generator combination.
There are many problems involved in the existing system such as overhead, relay selection, load sharing and balancing, energy consumption and packet loss.
Kahraman, "Load sharing characteristics of planetary transmissions," Mechanism and Machine Theory, vol.
The purpose of the airport was to increase load sharing of international airlines, traffic flow towards Pakistan, and import, export, business, tourism, and cargo operation.
Spinal rods made from the biocompatible polymer are meant to improve load sharing to encourage fusion, offer more physiologic loading at adjacent levels, which may decelerate degeneration, and reduce stress at the bone-to-screw interface, which may prevent screw pull-out, especially in patients with questionable bone quality.
Joseph also shared the supposed serious power shortage before in Cebu hardly impacted its business because of the load sharing project started by the Visayan Electric Company (Veco).