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dead load

The weight of a building,not counting the occupants and furnishings.

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Overall, the damage patterns of FA walls with dead load were consistent with, but more severe than, those of tests without dead load (White et al.
MONOLITIZATION] is uniformly distributed dead load caused by bearing cables, precast concrete plates and in situ concrete, [g.
The elastic-plastic bar structures of known topology subjected to varying repeated and dead loads are considered.
The initial state of the cable, when it is subjected to the dead load g only, may be defined by the following equation:
2], the measured flexural deflection of truss was only 38 percent, 13 percent, and 5 percent of Code criteria of L/300 for D120-4, D120-6, and D150-6 beams, respectively, while the deflection was 49 percent, 20 percent, and 16 percent of L/300 when live load and dead load were combined.
Ladtech's computer expert gave us modeling information on impact and dead load, and we discovered that HDPE easily meets those requirements," says Wiedrich.
The scale provides for complete mass counterbalancing of the dead load of the conveyor, permitting the load sensor to react only to the net material load.
For the IRHD scale, the company manufactures a dead load (H14), a micro model (H12), as well as supplying durometer scale instruments conforming to A, D, M and O scales (H17).
O Handrail Height To Be 54 O Straight Ends O Fiberglass Topcap O Horizontal Midrails With A Maximum 9 Opening O A307 Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Bolts O Standard Green Color O Stainless Steel Mounting Clips O 3 X 12 Pressure Treated #2 Southern Yellow Pine Decking O Dead Load Camber Only * The Following Bridge Sizes Will Be Supplied