What is loading?

  • (adj): Designed for use in loading e.g. cargo.
    Example: "A loading dock"; "a loading chute is used to drive cattle into a truck or other conveyance"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Loading

In electrical transmission lines, the term loading means the insertion of impedance into a circuit to change the characteristics of the circuit.

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Loading Mercury With A Pitchfork
... Loading Mercury with a Pitchfork is Richard Brautigan's ninth poetry publication ... undertaking an obviously impossible task, such as loading the liquid metal Mercury using only a pitchfork ... Loading mercury with a pitchfork your truck is almost full ...
Loading Arm
... A loading arm permits the transfer of liquid or liquefied gas from one tank to another through an articulated pipe system consisting of rigid piping and swivel joints to ... Transfer to or from a truck transported tank or rail transported tank requires a Top Loading Arm or a Bottom Loading Arm ... Transfer to or from a ship or barge requires a marine loading arm ...
Top and Bottom Loading Arm - Top Loading Arm
... Top loading arms are used to load or unload road or rail tankers ... Loading or unloading is done through the manhole on the top of the tanker ... Numerous accessories are available to make a loading arm more ergonomic and more effective press down system, pneumatic up/down system, top level control, safety break valve, purge, drain…etc ...
Loading
... In electrical transmission lines, the term loading means the insertion of impedance into a circuit to change the characteristics of the circuit ... The loading of a communication channel may be expressed as (a) the equivalent mean power and the peak power as a function of the number of voice channels or (b) the ...
Suisse Atlantique Societe D'Armament SA V NV Rotterdamsche Kolen Centrale - Facts
... If the time taken for loading and unloading was longer than required, the charterers were to pay $1000 per day by way of demurrage ... The charterers were taking many extra days in loading and unloading but were allowed to continue to have the use of the ship for the remainder of the two years ... owners alleged that the charterers delay in loading and unloading had made a further six trips impossible and sued for damages ...

More definitions of "loading":

  • (noun): A quantity that can be processed or transported at one time.
    Synonyms: load
  • (noun): The ratio of the gross weight of an airplane to some factor determining its lift.
  • (noun): The labor of loading something.
    Example: "The loading took 2 hours"
  • (noun): Weight to be borne or conveyed.
    Synonyms: load, burden

Famous quotes containing the word loading:

    Nitrates and phosphates for ammunition. The seeds of war. They’re loading a full cargo of death. And when that ship takes it home, the world will die a little more.
    Earl Felton, and Richard Fleischer. Captain Nemo (James Mason)