load-carrying capacity

load-carrying capacity

[′lōd ¦kar·ē·iŋ kə‚pas·əd·ē]
(mechanical engineering)
The greatest weight that the end effector of a robot can manipulate without reducing its level of performance.
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The new model owes its name to the new 285mm tyres and is the lowloader semitrailer with the highest load-carrying capacity from the house of Goldhofer.
Load-carrying Capacity of Steel-to-Timber Joints with a Pretensioned Bolt, Journal of Wood Science, 54(3), 2008, pp.
TOWING a trailer is something many of us do from time to time, but shock figures indicate that more than half of van drivers don't know maximum load-carrying capacity of vehicles.
The load-carrying capacity of the slab has been removed and the much reduced bearing area of the wall base has caused additional pressure against the sub soil.
The high load-carrying capacity for these 2,000mm x 1,200mm x 800/600mm cabinets is achieved with integrated cross beams capable of bearing greater loads.
Nexen Group (Vadnais Heights, MN) has introduced the Versa thermoplastic rack--an alternative to traditional metal racks that delivers high corrosion resistance and durability, low maintenance requirements, medium accuracy, and load-carrying capacity at a relatively low cost point.
This volume proposes a new finite-element model of structural concrete under short-term loading, from static to dynamic loading conditions, as an alternative to current models that emphasize the contribution of concrete to load-carrying capacity after the formation of visible cracking.
Klubersynth GE 46-1200 grease, ideal for temperatures ranging from -30 to 120 C, has a high load-carrying capacity and protects against wear and corrosion.
The test results showed that the load-carrying capacity and the longitudinal stiffness of CFRP-repaired CFST stub columns increased while their ductility decreased with the increasing number of CFRP layers.
The AG Pro 12-20 provides width adjustability while retaining the load-carrying capacity of a non-adjustable blade with silage end plates.
He covers the temperature field in welding, welding stresses and strains, the load-carrying capacity of welded structures, diagnostics and prediction of the residual life of welded structures, acoustic emission techniques for the analysis of welded structures, and numerical technical and tests for welded structures.
The more effective the biting action of the nail element, the higher is the load-carrying capacity of the joint.