live load


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live load

The amount of additional weight that can be safely added to a building without structural failure or stress.It includes furniture,equipment,and people. Contrast with dead load.

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These brakes are sized to resist all live loads placed on the fixture such as robotic drilling equipment pressing on the wing skin, personnel walking on the fixture doing manual operations, and loading and unloading of parts.
Li] = live load factor for the ith live load other than the rating vehicle; [[gamma].
The equilibrium condition of the stiffening girder subjected to the live load may be expressed using the following differential equation:
Calculated on-center spacing in inches for PPT Hem-fir or southern pine deck ledger attached to SPF or wood-based composite band joist residential deck joist spans loaded with 40 psf live load and 10 psf dead load.
Last month, the Department of Transportation announced a 90-day delay of its ELD rules for live load truckers, which were originally scheduled to take effect Dec.
Assessment of vehicular live load and load factors for design of short-span bridges according to the new Egyptian Code" Hatem M.
To date, a total of 1,064 AMR meters have been installed on 85 grid stations of FESCO that are reporting live load data information to perform effective load management and curtailing unscheduled load shedding.
The USAID technical team initiated operation in the Power Distribution Centre established by USAID for GEPCO of monitoring screens presenting continuous actual live load data from the 51 GEPCO grid stations and 674 GEPCO feeders, providing GEPCO Power Distribution Centre operators for the first time an immediate display of near real time actual load and load shedding status of GEPCOs system.
The flexural deflection of a trussed pedestrian bridge subjected to dead load and live load of 3924 N/[m.
Three roof options are available: Intensive (depth greater than 8 inches, allowing for large plantings and requiring regular maintenance); Extensive (soil depth of 4 inches to 8 inches, permitting the use of flowers and low-growing plants); and Ultra-Extensive (less than 4 inches in depth and suited for projects with live load limitations and areas that will receive little maintenance).
towing capacity and a live load capacity of 2700 lbs.