Load may refer to:
- Structural load, forces which are applied to a structure
- The load of a mutual fund (see Mutual fund fees and expenses)
- The genetic load of a population
- The parasite load of an organism
- The viral load of organisms and populations
- LOAD is an acronym for Late-Onset Alzheimer's disease
- Load Records, an American experimental independent record label
- Load (album), the 6th album released by the band Metallica
- Loads (album), A 1995 compilation of the British pop group Happy Mondays
- Electrical load, a device connected to the output of a circuit
- Electronic load, a simulated electrical load used for testing purposes
- Load (computing), a measure of how much processing a computer performs
- Preload, a medical term for loading of blood mass into the heart in preparation of a heartbeat.
- Afterload, a medical term describing the maximum effect of a heartbeat driving blood mass out of the heart into the aorta and pulmonary arteries.
Other articles related to "load, loads":
... Load is often large enough to influence the market outcome by varying the quantity they bid into the DA market ... this power by allowing other market participants to simply bid in the load that was under-scheduled ...
... A fast loader would generally "wedge" itself into the LOAD vector at $0330, thus intercepting any calls to the KERNAL LOAD routine ... This technique was used for a few of the many fast-load systems made (such as JiffyDOS) ...
... terminal (or its input impendance) is the load ... The term 'load' may also refer to the power consumed by a circuit that topic is not discussed here.) Load affects the performance of circuits that output voltages or currents, such as ... power circuit collectively making up the load ...
... She displaced 10,000 long tons (10,000 t) at standard load, 11,500 t (11,300 long tons) at normal load and 12,134 t (11,942 long tons) at full load ...
... The evaluation of loads and stresses within structures is directed to finding the load transfer path ... Loads will be transferred by physical contact between the various component parts and within structures ... The load transfer may be identified visually or by simple logic for simple structures ...
Famous quotes containing the word load:
“Tobacco and opium have broad backs, and will cheerfully carry the load of armies, if you choose to make them pay high for such joy as they give and such harm as they do.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“Tis all mens office to speak patience
To those that wring under the load of sorrow,
But no mans virtue nor sufficiency
To be so moral when he shall endure
The like himself.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“To watch another carrying a load requires no exertion.”