total load

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service load

1. The load which a structure is expected to support under normal usage; the nominal load is often taken for this value.
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Total load consumed at the time of raid was 1550 cubic feet per hour.
According to a statement released by the carrier, the total load factor for the month improved by 6.
Total load obtained at the time of raid was 600 cft/hr.
The total load of two units is more than 250 MW, the National Energy Holding Company said.
On the other hand, the PIEDMC management held Lesco responsible for delay in increasing the total load of the SIE.
They hold up to 1,000 pounds and are ideal in situations where total load weight is a critical, such as air freight,"
Suez Canal traffic data showed that 263 ships transited the canal, with a total load of 15.
In the third quarter 2016, GOL's total load factor increased by 1.
Last month (May's E-Saving Tip #64) we talked about the base load for hydraulic machines; for older hydraulic machines, this is an average of 75% of the total load.
The outputs can take into account several mill variables, such as feed rate, mill rotation speed, ore hardness and purity, total load and water addition rate.
On top of the extra power, the GTS gets lightweight components to keep the total load down and help the 500bhp motor launch the car to 62mph in 3.

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