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[14], where the low cyclic load test was conducted on sixteen electrochemically corroded and eccentrically loaded reinforced concrete columns.
A host may transfer loads to other hosts when it is heavily loaded. Instead of using a fixed threshold method to decide whether a host is heavily loaded, I employ the fuzzy logic control method to improve the performance.
For load-sets above load-set 3 the Load Ratio for SCC-2 was reduced compared to the two girders that were not loaded in fatigue.
2 : to supply abundantly <Newspapers loaded her with praise.>
The blocks stacked in the compressive loading area were compressively loaded by a pressure of 0.091 to 0.093 MPa.
Two bales can be loaded side by side and stacked two-high, which reduces freight charges.
From the desktop computer, create a CD for each folder that is being loaded to the MSD.
As they proceeded to the break area, they reported that all aircraft were properly configured and loaded to the weapons night shift expediter.
For most load cells calibrated at NIST, the output when loaded to capacity is 2 mV/V to 4 mV/V.
Purpose: To assess the feasibility of utilizing an axial loading device on individuals with acute low back pain and to assess the sagittal plane kinematics and posterior disc bulge of the lumbar spine during axial loaded MRI in persons with acute low back pain.
Documentation was a major part of this operation and MOTSU's Traffic Management Branch provided oversight to the 1184th to ensure all cargo was documented, while Cargo Operations Branch personnel ensured that all cargo was loaded in accordance with the pre-stow plan.
When loaded beyond the design requirement, it deformed plastically but did not rail catastrophically.