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LLLittle League
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LLLate Latin
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LLLow Lead (aviation gas)
LLLoad line (line on the hull of a ship indicating that the ship has reached its maximum permissible cargo load)
LLLandau Level (quantum mechanics)
LLLoad List
LLLloyd's List (daily, London)
LLLicensed Lender
LLLasse Lindh (musician)
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LLLaterolog (petrophysics)
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LLLoco Locass (band)
LLLiquid Limit
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LLLuelinks
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LLLiberty Lines
LLLeft Linear (grammar parsing)
LLLiquid Learning
LLLibres Y Locos (Monterrey, Mexico)
LLLow Temperature Limit
LLLighting Laboratory
LLLegislative Liaison Office (US Army)
LLLymphoid Leukosis (Avian Leukosis)
LLLockLegion (website)
LLLemmy's Land (Mario fansite)
LLLue Links
LLLatent Lethality
LLLinen Lift
LLLoralai/Luke (fanfiction)
LLLiberty Lines Express, Inc
LLLadle to Ladle Degasing
LLLinguistic Landscaping
LLL-Size X 2 (Double Large)
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Finally, it reached the limit load. The initial crack strength of steel fiber-reinforced siliceous shotcrete was mainly controlled by the matrix, while the limited strength was mainly controlled by steel fiber.
6) are relatively small [u.sub.x]([t.sub.tor,health) = 0.09, while the lower bound of the limit load (Fig.
The repaired beams were initially damaged under design limit load, steel yield limit load and ultimate load.
The long-term strength [[sigma].sub.dur] is taken as the limit load under service conditions at high temperatures and constant or slowly varying loads when material properties change continuously, and for variable symmetric cyclic loads it is the fatigue point [[sigma].sub.-1].
The constantly high efficiency and the electronic limit load regulation also ensures that the fuel consumption remains minimal, despite the machine being operated at full load.
The future work will be focused on thoroughly investigation of the method application on a large class of limit load problems in geomachanics.
In April, theaircraft completed the structural limit load testing required by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
Air Canada The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) has determined that alternating rudder control by the captain of an Air Canada Airbus A319 that encountered wake turbulence at altitude while flying more than 18.5km (10nm) behind a United Airlines Boeing 747-400 at 36,000ft (10,973m) on 10 January 2008 stressed the aircraft's vertical fin beyond certification limit loads. In a final report released 1 June, investigators reveal that rudder input by the captain in response to what he assumed to be a control system failure caused the rear vertical stabiliser attachment fitting to see 129 percent of the structure's limit load, and the rear fuselage fitting to see 121 percent of its limit load.
Moreover, the failure cases are considered in the evaluation phase, namely (1) limit load failure, (2) elastoplastic fracture mechanics, where ductile crack propagation may occur before reaching the limit load and (3) brittle failure, which is analyzed with elastic Fracture Mechanics.
* Limit load heights so as not to block the operator's vision.
The next test in the cycle, scheduled for fall 2009, will involve the first design limit load test of a single main parachute.