loading cycles

loading cycles

In structural design, the number of repetitions of load assumed to act on a structure during its lifetime; used as a criterion in determining the fatigue strength of the structure.
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tires and rubber rollers), and for diagnosing cavitation and wrinkling conditions that might occur during loading cycles.
When you're thinking about supplementing production with an excavator, it's important to meet some key objectives including utilization, machine capacity and loading cycles.
Time and time again, customers are commenting on the flexibility, with the technology able to do anything that is asked of it, providing fixed weight and regular slice thickness, as well as high capacity through its short loading cycles, whatever the product.
Fabricated by using computerized knitting technologies at ambient dry conditions, the resultant knitted FCBs exhibit outstanding electrical stability with less than 1% relative resistance change up to 300% strain in unidirectional tensile test or 150% membrane strain in three-dimensional ball punch test, extraordinary fatigue life of more than one million loading cycles at 20% maximum strain, and satisfactory washing capability up to 30 times.
According to figure (6), loading cycles of walls is almost symmetrical.
At early loading cycles the experimental results show higher strain, and up to 40 kN both analytical and experimental results start to have similar values all the way to failure.
According to the linear hypothesis of damage accumulation, n--the current number of loading cycles; N--number of loading cycles until a failure
The stiffness of asphalt mixture values were normalized with the max stiffness value of asphalt mixture and the numbers of loading cycles were normalized with the number of load cycles to failure.
1], and of deterioration produced by N fatigue loading cycles, D(N).
Figure 5 shows common diagrams plotted for two subsequent loading cycles on the basis of discrete points.
l] = l:th frequency in the Fourier series and N = the number of loading cycles.