nominal load

nominal load

The magnitude of the load specified by the applicable code.
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The planetary gearbox utilises long-life grease lubrication and all teeth are made of tempered or hardened high-grade steel, while the chain and hook are also made from high-quality tempered steels with a breaking strength of five times the nominal load.
The value of the hysteresis zone (current tube) in the RCC method is HB = 10 which corresponds to 5% of the nominal load current [11].
Type of service: - machine roomless, Handicapped passenger lift (goods transport) for a trade school - nominal load 1125 kg - 15 people - cabin size approx.
As a matter of fact it is obvious that the main concern in design of bridges is economy which is achieved by considering nominal load rather than AASHTO specified safe loading combinations.
Load flow simulation tests were conducted at nominal load, 125% of nominal load and for each case again four sets of results were obtained that is without any compensation, with shunt capacitors, with SVC and with STATCOMS.
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.
Once the motor reaches operating speed, the current levels out (in this example) at 60% of circuit nominal load.
The nominal load of the soft-TRD SIII is 100 kg 150 kg and 200 kg per chamber.
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
On the other hand, while the motor is working with nominal load or full load, torque and current values are differ from no loads.
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