to load up
- Between the four of them, they picked up the load.
- If you load too much weight in this box, it's going to blow up.
- Such projects are dependent on extra investment in back-up and peak load capacity based on other sources of energy.
- Final data of customers supplied according to standardised load profiles may be provided up to 14 months later.
- ‘Working coefficient’ means the arithmetic ratio between the load guaranteed by the manufacturer or his authorised representative up to which a component is able to hold it and the maximum working load marked on the component.
- During a prescribed load response test, the smoke of a warmed-up engine shall be determined by means of an opacimeter.
- The requirements related to the load to be carried by these vehicles may be implemented by Member States up to 30 September 2013.
- ‘Peak brake force coefficient (“pbfc”)’ means the maximum value of the ratio of braking force to vertical load on the tyre prior to wheel lock-up.
- Exhaust gas opacity to be measured during free acceleration (no load from idle up to cut-off speed) with gear lever in neutral and clutch engaged.
- More established firms can load up fibres with as much traffic as possible in order to amortise the rental and tax costs over as many customers as possible.
- During a prescribed load response test, the smoke of a warmed-up engine must be determined by means of an opacimeter.
- The training includes one course, ‘Unit load device build up’, which is considered to be specific training as it deals with the building up of specific containers used only by DHL.
- The overload test involves the gradual increase of the horizontal load by increments of 5 per cent of the initial energy requirement up to a maximum of 20 per cent of energy added (see Figure 6.20).
- The overload test involves the gradual increase of the horizontal load by increments of 5 per cent of the initial energy requirement up to a maximum of 20 per cent of energy added (see Figure 7.11).
- Given the low density of the fire load of the products making up the infrastructure (track and civil engineering works), this requirement concerns only the case of underground facilities receiving passengers in normal service.