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Part 4: Load types

Depending on the point of use, installations may be subject to varying and changing stresses, vibrations, seismic loads or rapid high-energy shock loads in addition to the static load. For example, the fixings of handrails, industrial machines, cranes and various antennas and masts are susceptible to such dynamic loads.

Kuormitustyypit_staattinenStatic load:
The direction and magnitude of the force remain constant.

 

Kuormitustyypit_jatkuvasti muuttuvaDynamic load > Continuously varying:
The direction and magnitude of the force change regularly.

 

Kuormitustyypit_pulssikuormaDynamic load > Pulse load:
The direction and magnitude of the force change irregularly.

 

Kuormitustyypit_iskukuormaDynamic load > Shock load:
The direction and magnitude of the force change randomly.

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