shock loading

shock loading

[′shäk ‚lōd·iŋ]
(geophysics)
The process of subjecting material to the action of high-pressure shock waves generated by artificial explosions or by meteorite impact.

shock loading

A form of stress loading of extremely short duration.
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However, there does not currently exist an alternative metric by which more complicated failures, resulting from shock loading and wear, can be expressed in a statistical sense from which expected lifetimes may be determined.
High temperature grease provides metal surfaces with maximum protection in severe operating conditions, such as high shock loading, vibration, and extreme pressure.
While Macron actuators are constructed from durable materials, there is always the unavoidable potential risk of a belt failure due to a variety of conditions; misuse, overloading, shock loading, crashes, jams, over torque from drive system, contamination, etc.
[10] studied the response of sandwich plate of aluminium foam subjected to shock loading.
Designed for heavy-duty power towing (up to 4 mph), T Series casters can be used in adverse working conditions such as heavy loading, shock loading, and traversing poor floor surfaces.
Hydraulic direct drives perform well in applications where "shock loading" occurs: large heavy loads are dropped onto moving conveyors, feeders, crushers or turning drums, suddenly varying the load size by several tons during the course of normal operations.
Depth control rings lend further impact protection to the tool body, and reduce shock loading to the mechanical or hydraulic drive line, www.fecon.com
The aim of this work is to enhance the dynamic response to resist UNDEX and obtain the optimal configuration for stiffened plates to resist underwater shock loading
This is called shock loading and is not protected against by normal overload protection schemes provided by other manufacturers.
According to Phil Braymen, engineering manager at Laclede Chain Manufacturing Company, "The chain industry does not test, certify, or condone shock loading [of chain]." The National Association of Chain Manufacturers (NACM) states, "Manufacturers do not accept any liability for injury or damage which may result from dynamic or static loads in excess of the working load limit."
* Ideal for automobile and off-road trucks where severe water washing or shock loading protection is needed.
DataBRICK3 features 200 g operating shock loading, USB communication, eight individually programmable analog input channels, internal storage for over 4 million data points, four counter channels, and one external trigger input channel.