loaded wheel

loaded wheel

[′lōd·əd ′wēl]
(engineering)
A grinding wheel that is dull as a result of becoming filled with particles from the material being ground.
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In old mice, skeletal muscle mass has been reported to be augmented after long-term or loaded wheel running (25,34).
Shu, "Characterizing fatigue behavior of asphalt mixtures utilizing loaded wheel tester," Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, vol.
the asphalt pavement analyzer is a multi-functional loaded wheel tester (lwt) used for evaluating the susceptibility of asphalt mixtures to permanent deformation (rutting), fatigue cracking, and moisture damage.
In order to assess the effects and potential interactions of these various factors, an L9 design of experiments (DOE) was performed, using a bench-level loaded wheel bearing drag test.
In phase 3, the loaded wheel loader reverses and reaches origin position.
Figure 7 illustrates the loaded wheel tracking test results and the effect of C-RCA on SMA and HMA specimens in terms of permanent deformation.
The modified asphalt mixtures also had higher gyratory shear strengths and lower rut depths in the Loaded Wheel tests than the unmodified mixtures.
When the wheel-to-rail forces are redistributed for the reasons discussed above, the speed of the less heavily loaded wheel increases fast, causing the development of slipping and sliding of the wheel-sets.
In most cases, testing of the sample was ceased before 8,000 cycles of the loaded wheel were applied in order not to damage the wheel and hose.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Loaded Wheel Tester
The presence of steps or curbs will mean that the wheel's threshold value--the force needed to push or pull a loaded wheel over a step--will affect selection.
Larger overhead bins accommodate more roll-aboards by allowing bags to be loaded wheels first.