torsional load

torsional load

The load that imparts the turning moment or the torque.
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This study aimed to examine contribution of torsional load to buckling of the osteoporotic lumbar L1 human vertebral body which was axially compressed by applying the finite element method.
The specimen was held fixed on one end, and torsional load was applied on the other end, as shown in Figure 13.
The +/-45 deg plies are the most commonly used weaves for torsional load cases [8, 9].
The second test quantifies the resistance of each aforementioned cemented humeral stem to a static torsional load.
This engine stand, developed from a unit with 20,000kg load capacity, can now reportedly accommodate a maximum torsional load of 80KNm, covering the extra stresses induced where the heavier load is rotated though a full 360[degrees] around the long axis.
The screw is also under torsional load from the drive, adding to the overall stress, since both bending and torsional stresses are at their maximum on the outer surface of the screw.
In the case of reinforced concrete members subjected to pure torsional loads, both longitudinal reinforcement and transverse reinforcement along with concrete present between the potential spiral cracks share the torsional load beyond first crack [8].
In order to determine the shear modulus, the DWNT must be subjected to a torsional load, i.
It consists of a transducer mounted on the shaft, which monitors variations in resonance frequency of a drive shaft as the torsional load varies and transmits a radio frequency signal to an adjacent pick-up.
The torsional load is imposed on the sample by the rotational oscillation of the lower test die half.
There's also the exceptional braking power of Buell's 375 mm zero torsional load (ZTL) inside-out disc with a six piston brake calliper which reduces weight but maximises power and rider feedback.
It is in effect a frequency dependent strain gauge operating at ultrasound frequencies and consists of a transducer mounted on the mixer's rotating shaft to monitor variations in its resonance frequency as the torsional load varies.