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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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 phase 3, the loaded wheel loader reverses and reaches origin position.
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.
Finally, we would have a real jack, a hydraulic model that would let us lift a fully loaded wheel without busting a gut, maybe even a jack powered by the truck's electrical system.
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.
The train will be held down by spring loaded wheels on both sides of the rails which will be 250 miles above Earth.