Running load

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Run´ning load

1.(Aëronautics) The air pressure supported by each longitudinal foot segment of a wing.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Caption: Figure 4: Appearance of running load fatigue testing machine and the specifications for the water filling.
Designers can now work on bolted connections interactively by selecting up to three laminates to use in the design, selecting the number of rows and columns, specifying the starting location of the first bolt hole and the bolt spacing, defining plate overlaps, and specifying the running load of the connection.
However, in practice, the impact of 15 additional multi-set, maximal running repeat-sprint sessions on a team sport training program needs to be carefully considered, especially with respect to the total running load imposed on players.
In order to take full advantage of the transformer, the actual running load rate should be as close to y as possible, where y is the maximum load rate meeting the "N-1" principle of the main transformer.
The University is setting the plant in collaboration with Apollo Ampex Pvt Ltd, a multinational company, to produce clean and pollution free installed solar energy of 5.7MW peak load and 3.8 MW average running load; while also having 21-acre solar green houses invested by the said company for the construction of green houses largest, both in Asia and Europe, in order to promote the technology.
Now, the running load will fall on the shoulders of redshirt sophomore Frankie Jackson.
This running load of condensate must be drained from the piping so that it will not accumulate to cause noise and water hammer.
In addition, the fuel cell power output requirement, determined by the average running load of the bus, is small enough that the complete hybrid system can be delivered much more cost-effectively than by using a fuel cell powertrain alone."
With the right precautions, you should be able to continue running forever, but to do so you must give your injuries the respect they deserve and modify your total running load. Sometimes more rest days are needed.
It is imperative that the running load of each emergency circuit (measured in amperes) be known, to determine what size generator(s) will be required.