nominal load

nominal load

The magnitude of the load specified by the applicable code.
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Public procurement: Supply of hidroamortisyori for Units 5 and 6 for the supply of hidroamortisyori nominal load 450 tons.
This tire carries a 67-ton nominal load capacity at a faster speed with a longer life cycle.
Required nominal load calculation should take possible transportation equipment (such as pallet pumps, portable lifting gear and forklifts) into account, especially if they are to be taken along for the ride - something which is
Indicator lights tell the hauler operator, as well as the operator of the loading unit, whether the hauler is at part or nominal load or whether it has been overloaded.
Transients of AC induction motor, speed (a), stator current (a) and rotor slip (b) at nominal load and 1200 rpm speed, motor is controlled by scalar method
Typical operation modes of the tractor engine include idle speed, partial load, nominal load and overload.
Worst case late/early times before/until the signal at the output of a component or cell may become/stay valid, guaranteed by the chip manufacturer/designer at nominal load.
He said that currently there is nominal load shedding for industrial sector.
A comparison of the effect of the radial clearance on predicted contact pressure distribution and pore pressure distribution under nominal load of 2500 N between metal on cartilage and polycarbonate urethane on cartilage models are shown in Fig.
02-mm repeatability, and a nominal load capacity of 3.
First practical applications of the new Boreas Variopulse dryers clearly demonstrate the advantages of the new control concept: The pressure dew point is constant at +3[degrees]C without any dew point peaks, in the part and zero-load ranges the capacity sinks to around 90% in comparison to electrical capacity at nominal load, and because of the lit up display the operability has been improved considerably.