horizontal loading

Related to horizontal loading: vertical loading

horizontal loading

Loading of items of like character in horizontal layers throughout the holds of a ship. See also loading.
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The horizontal loading device consists of steel columns, bar chains, spherical hinge bearings, cross girders, fixed pulley blocks, chain blocks, reaction frames, and steel wire ropes.
Since it is difficult to record the actual field data of the piled raft foundation during an earthquake, physical models can play an important role in the study of connected or disconnected piled raft foundations under seismic or horizontal loading. Table 1 summarizes the research on piled raft models subjected to a static lateral load.
Under the same vertical load, the amount of settlement decreases as the horizontal load increases, because friction resistance in the squeezed branch pile improves through the action of horizontal loading.
Horizontal loading are performed to understand the distal-mesial orthodontic movement.
the FlexLoader material conveyor system incorporates the company's full-featured AutoSenz[R] D-Series Overload Detection System with automated horizontal loading and off-loading conveyors, and Wildeck Safety Gates at each level.
There is also a double height and width cell that can be used for flexible construction design, and testing facades, internal walls and floors, a flood cell and a "bladder cell" to test construction panels against horizontal loading such as wind load and geotechnical forces.
Primary reinforcements are mostly attributed to the cause of ductile failure and secondary reinforcements are accentuated when either combination of vertical and horizontal loading or dynamic loading is involved.
In fact, in plane lateral forces are applied by horizontal loading system and also the vertical loading system which simultaneously applied causes shear performance through the panel.
Failure Behavior of Reinforced Rammed Earth Walls Subjected to In-Plane Horizontal Loading, Proc.
1.) represents the horizontal loading of trucks with semi-trailers empty or loaded on railway wagons with the lowered bottom.
Its four-point lift system eliminates urethane rings and snap lift pins, increases reliability with elimination of the horizontal loading of lift cylinders, and offers easier servicing of lift rams.

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