vertical loading

Related to vertical loading: horizontal loading

vertical loading

A type of loading whereby items of like character are vertically tiered throughout the holds of a ship so that selected items are available at any stage of the unloading. See also loading.
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Considering the ratio between horizontal loads and vertical loads in actual projects, the settlement of squeezed branch piles was calculated under six load conditions, include uniaxial vertical loading and five kinds of vertical loads with different horizontal loads.
In vertical loading case, the articulation reactions are same.
Equipped with open top, vertical loading, hinged end panels that fold onto the deck for storage, the unit allows for 20-inch roll width variances.
pylons were only tested with the axial torque absorption, vertical loading, and dynamic pylon test).
1) During vertical loading (pull out) simulation, the stress distribution was concentrated in the bottom of the implant body and it was propagated into left and right side area near neighbor tooth.
A modified theoretical relationship for bucket foundations analogous to vertical loading of circular foundations in homogeneous and isotropic sand was successfully developed by Ibsen et al.
4) Runners using a rearfoot strike pattern in bare feet or minimalist footwear have demonstrated greater initial vertical loading rates than shod heel strikers.
Flexible pipes derive much of their load-carrying capacity from pressure induced at the sides of the pipe as they deform horizontally outward under vertical loading.
The step-close jump had significantly smaller peak posterior GRF, peak vertical loading rate, and peak proximal tibia anterior shear force during landing in comparison to the hop-jump (p < 0.
Vertical loading on an acetabula component (cup) with the maximal value of 3kN on each test station is created on all stations of each block through two-arm lever mechanism with the certain reduction ratio by the electromechanical axis including a servomotor with a reducer and a drive with a toothed belt.