what difference between residential and commercial load calculations
The difference between a suspended load and a bead load is a suspended load consists of the small particles or rock materials that are dispersed throughout the water and easily carried downstream. The bead load consists of the larger particles that are dragged and bounced along near the bottom of the river.
The suspended load moves with the water, the bed load only moves when the river is in spate.
The difference between a front load washer and regular washer is that a front load washer has a door in front were clothes are loaded and that is also where washer settings are located. The regular washer is usually a top load where clothes are loaded on top of the washer.
load time is the time it takes to load a shipment. dispatch time is how long it should take the shipment to arrive at destination
fulcrum load effort
It isn't. A wheel is only a "wheel and axle" if it has an axle fixed to the wheel so that a mechanical advantage can be obtained to apply mechanical force. The wheel on a wheelbarrow only reduces friction by rolling instead of sliding a load.
A wheel and axle....
you have to divide idk * * * * * You can find the ideal mechanical advantage of a wheel and axle by dividing the radius of the wheel by the radius of the axle.
I will load the car. The truck's load is too heavy. Load the wheel barrow with plants. The load limit is 4,000 lbs. per axle.
Your load could slow down depending on how much force applied.
Assuming the load is evenly distributed from the wheel to the handle, it would be 2 feet. But if it is a wheelbarrow, there is more load over the wheel than load at the handle end when lifted, so my estimate would be 1.5 feet from the wheel.
That would be a Second Class Lever. An example is a Wheel Barrow. The wheel axle is the fulcrum, the handles and Bin are the lever, and of course the load is in the bin.
The simple machines are:LeverInclined planeWheel and axleScrewWedgeA wheel barrow is typically thought to have just a wheel and axle but it should be noted that the positioning of the handle, axle and load produces a lever system which allows heavier loads to be lifted.
No, not always. Consider the wheel-barrel: the fulcrum is the wheel, the load is the bucket, the effort is the handles.
No difference a load is a load however AC/DC defines the type of a load that is.