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loading

[′lōd·iŋ]
(chemical engineering)
Condition of vapor overcapacity in a liquid-vapor-contact tower, in which rising vapor lifts or holds falling liquid.
(electricity)
The addition of inductance to a transmission line to improve its transmission characteristics throughout a given frequency band. Also known as electrical loading.
(engineering)
Buildup on a cutting tool of the material removed in cutting.
Filling the pores of a grinding wheel with material removed in the grinding process.
(engineering acoustics)
Placing material at the front or rear of a loudspeaker to change its acoustic impedance and thereby alter its radiation.
(fluid mechanics)
The relative concentration of particles in a flowing fluid.
In particular, the ratio of particle mass flow to fluid mass flow.
(metallurgy)
Filling of a die cavity with powdered metal.
(nucleonics)
Placing fuel in a nuclear reactor.
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Self-contained DustBeater loaders available in two sizes in carbon or stainless steel and as either hopper loading or direct-feed units with glass viewing chambers.
Figure 3 shows a graphical representation of the wind loading stage.
Small-scale f332 system is suited for small basic loading, or for a larger processor that is set up with several machine groups or cells.
High sensitivity of proposed parameters was observed with respect to loading conditions (pressure, velocity), environmental conditions (temperature), contact pattern (shape of indentor) and material composition (different elastomers and composites).
To ensure even loading of a barge, Bedwell says that OmniSource uses only portable track-type cranes.
Compressed air is also used to power the CAML family of loaders and evacuators available for direct-feed or hopper loading and for evacuating barrels or gaylords, granulator catch bins and other storage containers.
The success in loading the ships is a tribute to his port's industry-labor-military partnership, said Selby.
Material loading cycle begins with a positive displacement pump that creates a vacuum on the vacuum chamber closing the flapper valve.
When the Scan Bothnia arrived in Rijeka, Croatia, for loading of Bosnian peacekeeping cargo, it was the oldest piece that got all the attention.
The analysis produces displacements, strains and stresses that result from a loading condition applied to the geometry.
OTCBB:MBEU), a premier provider of Stored Value and Debit Card solutions, announced that it has signed a Contract with Transaction Management, LLC and Security Bank to provide Morgan Beaumont's POS software and retail load locations to expand the national footprint of card loading technology to load cash on debit cards.
They generally involve loading the specimen at speeds ranging from 0.