allowable load


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allowable load

The total load that an aircraft can transport over a given distance, taking into account weight and volume. See also airlift capability; airlift requirement; load; payload.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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The NDT plate-loading test on the surface of a runway pavement indicates an actual allowable load for a single wheel leg.
Rooftop solar not only has limitations due to the size of the roof, but also due to the age of the roof and allowable load the roof can safely handle.
It exceeds the maximal allowable load of the gear of linear motor (150 N), thus the modernized grouping device cannot work in such a regime.
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Check both your maximum allowable load and tyre pressures.
The iVISOR mentor QGVA provides the operator with a graphic display of the crane and the current load and geometric information, including the actual and allowable load, boom length, boom angle and load radius.
Therefore, as shown above, extending the flaps not only reduces the allowable load factor to 2g from 3.8g for a Normal category airplane with flaps up, but also reduces the airplane's gust tolerance to 25 fps from 50 fps when the flaps are retracted.
For a given static allowable load, the ultimate permanent settlement increases with the amplitude of the cyclic load.