preloading


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preloading

[prē′lōd·iŋ]
(engineering)
For back-pressure-control gas valves, a weight or spring device to control the gas pressure at which the valve will open or close.
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The Company includes earthworks including all preparatory work, general earthworks, partial or total unloading warehouse, the warehouse preloading, material transport, supply of materials from all kinds of traps or stocks within the ZIP, the completion of construction and maintenance of tracks, the construction of sanitation and the implementation of appropriate signs to the site.
30, has been spotted by a NeoGAF user in the Xbox One Marketplace, which now suggests that preloading for the title may happen.
In our minds, preloading is fast becoming a signicant cultural shift in the consumption of alcohol in the UK," Dr Barton said.
The volume preloading is not essential to prevent spinal induced hypotension during caesarean section.
The company is preloading the banking application on all phones, including entry-level devices that lack an Internet connection.
Key words: preloading, fatigue life, thermal fatigue preloading, fatigue strength
Compared with the fill surcharge method for an equivalent load, the vacuum preloading method is cheaper and faster (Chu et al.
The short-term settlement was more than what was predicted during the preloading process so we had to constantly change the timing of placing the preload, the size of the lifts, and the traffic patterns on site," Yang pointed out.
MONTREAL -- The almost universal practice of preloading laboring patients with fluid before administering an epidural does not improve hypotension, according to a new study.
Although preloading is generally not considered dangerous, there are some reported bad effects of it such as the potential for fluid overload in preeclamptic and cardiac patients as well as tocolytic effects on the uterus," he said.