thrust loading

thrust loading

The gross weight of an aircraft divided by the thrust produced by its engines.
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Their topics include evaluating kinematic displacement rate effects of transient thermal processes in thrust belts using coupled thermo-mechanical finite-element models, the Paleozoic tectonic evolution of the western Blue Ridge in the southern Appalachians: a critical examination of long-standing conflicts in a poly-deformed system, the Paleoproterozoic to Triassic crustal evolution of Korea's Gyeonggi Massif and tectonic correlation with the North China craton, thrust loading as a mechanism for crustal recycling: an example from the Swakane Gneiss Cascades crystalline core in Washington State, and geologic and kinematic insights from far-traveled horses in the Brevard fault zone of the southern Appalachians.
To protect the existing pipe, design criteria required no transfer of thrust loading.
For the Pratt & Whitney JT9D, which was causing the 747 trouble, the engine skin casing was both bending and ovalizing--exhibiting non-circular distortion--under thrust loading that could be as high as 43,500 pounds on takeoff.
Under flight thrust loading, the engine case was bending and ovalizing.
Trelleborg's solution is a conventional four-point mounting system based on its Metalastik Cushyfloat technology, which has been designed for the higher thrust loading and higher torque output of modern marine engines.
And, because the GARB bearing can accommodate axial displacement internally, mounting inaccuracies and thermal expansions will not yield mutually opposed thrust loading.
The 3 7/16-in, shaft generates a combination of radial and thrust loading.
This coating also reduces thrust loading from the slip spline to help increase the life of other powertrain components such as transmissions and axles, Rockford said.
This protects the motor from thrust loading, which increases its life as well.
2953"-dia drills, thrust loading of an S-drill was 17 percent less than that required for an untreated tool.