thrust load

thrust load

[′thrəst ‚lōd]
(mechanical engineering)
A load or pressure parallel to or in the direction of the shaft of a vehicle.
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For the calibration of the thrust load cell, different known weights were axially applied to the load cell in order to obtain the linear relationship between the thrust and the output voltage of the load cell.
As shown in Figure 1 a thrust load w is applied and the bearing supports the load without metal to metal contact.
Refrigeration screw compressors use axial thrust load bearings--and they have a life expectancy that will begin to fail over time.
Henceforth, the minimization of longitudinal vibration intensity of propulsion shafting and oscillatory thrust load transmitted to hull had received much research attention [6-11].
In contrast, ball bearings have a low torque and are capable of supporting thrust, however there were no ball bearings available to meet the thrust load capacities required for such applications.
This meant that there was no shortfall of electricity and the power companies had thrust load shedding on the masses only to extract their arrears amounting to billions from the government.
New energy saving screw elements The new redesigned DrillAir screw element ensures a 4 per cent reduction in energy consumption compared with the previous design, a reduced risk of leakages and a 15 per cent reduced lower thrust load. The new gear box configuration offers reduced forces on the bearing to provide increased working range of the element and energy savings.
The thrust bearing in a scroll compressor is subjected to an average thrust load of about 1150 lb (5118 N) and speeds of about 3600 rpm (60) Hz in North American market and 3000 rpm (50) Hz in European and Asian continent.
The maximum thrust load (maximum parting load) supported by joint (at breaking limit), according to pressures and weight of pipes, for the proposed materials are presented in fig.
With a small increase in pressure difference of 0.2 MPa, the friction coefficient decreases significantly despite the increase in thrust load at all orbital speeds.