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What are static load and dynamic load?
A static load is the effect of gravity on an object or structure.
A dynamic load is the forces that move or change when acting on a structure.
Example of a dynamic load:
Force of wind or the weight of a truck
Example of a static load:
Weight of a bridge
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Answer . Dynamic means moving...so doing bicep curls would be an example. Static means being still or holding what you have.So when you stand erect your back/spine and …legs are in a static posture. Learn more about how static and dynamic postures can cause carpal tunnel syndrome at http://www.carpal-tunnel-symptoms.com
That isn't necessarily true. If the metal is under repeated dynamic loading, it becomes a matter of material fatigue and not strength. For instance, if you bend a paper clip b…ack and forth repeatedly, it becomes easy to break. The material properties have changed (more brittle) due to the repeated dynamic load. In the case of impact or blast loading, it is actually the opposite. Materials often have the ability to withstand much larger loads than they could statically, but for very short durations (on the scale of milliseconds). . because i said so . . Dynamic load- Any load which is nonstatic, such as a wind load or a moving live load. . Static Load - Any load, as on a structure, which does not change in magnitude or position with time
any load which is nostatic, such as wind load or moving lie load
Dead load is the total load of all of the components of the building that generally do not change over time, such as the steel columns, concrete floors, bricks, roofing materi…al etc. Live load is the sum of the dead load plus the "live" occupants and temporary loads, such as staff in the building, desks, chairs, etc. Things that are contained in the building but do not make up its' construction. Dynamic load is loading which changes over time, such as wind pressure on the walls, snow loading on the roof, and even earthquake loads.
climbing up stairs
loading which cause movement of the object or structure is called dynamic loading
A static load is the effect of gravity on an object.
The definiton of static load is to load something staticly. However, the definition of a dynamic load can be either that of a large load of something or to have something of g…reat importance be placed onto someone in such a way that it is a "load".
A dynamic load is when the crane is a shock load or a load that is moving making the weight greater, and a static load is a load that is not moving.
Dynamic means in motion, static means motionless.
How can you approximate a static equivalent load from a dynamic shock load requirement of 10G for 11 msec?
see deltaflex.com DV = 2 g G to / pi, Gout = DV fn/pi
static is a study of force and their effects of eullibrium. Or loads that involve gravity (if you drop something from a high spot it would feel heavier than if you placed it) … dynamics is a study of objects in motion, so a load that will change overtime. There is also dead load (the load of the structure itself)
The difference between static load testing and dynamic load testingis that with static load testing a certain percentage of a productis tested against a group of specification…s. During dynamic testingeach individual product is tested against a group of standardsbased on previous tests.
A static load varies slowly, a dynamic load changes with time pretty fast. In order for one to find the answer to this type of structural dynamic question, one might ask the h…elp of a scientist.
A static load is applied to remain static without any build up of energy. Example a sandbag put slowly on a floor. When the sandbag put on a cart and wheeled on the floor, it …becomes a dynamic load. When a sandbag is brought to a height and dropped down to the floor, it build on kinetic energy and is no longer a static load but a type of dynamic load.
The load which is not varying w.r.t time i.e fix load is known asstatic whereas the load whose magnitude changes arbitrarily e.g youswitch on the light, switch off the light s…o the load of your homevaries as you turn on it or off, so this is what known as dynamicload.
Road building codes are in place to meet load requirements. The design strength of roadways must be higher than expected maximum loads. These load factors are, roughly, a rat…io of the theoretical design strength to the maximum load expected in service.