load transfer

load transfer

Dictionary of automotive terms. 2015.

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  • Load transfer — In automobiles, load transfer is the imaginary shifting of weight around a motor vehicle during acceleration (both longitudinal and lateral). This includes braking, and deceleration (which is an acceleration at a negative rate). Load transfer is… …   Wikipedia

  • tire lateral load transfer — the vertical load transfer from one of the front tires (or rear tires) to the other that is due to acceleration, rotational, or inertial effects in the lateral direction …   Mechanics glossary

  • tire lateral load transfer distribution — the distribution of the total tire lateral load transfer between front and rear tires expressed as the percentage of the total …   Mechanics glossary

  • tire longitudinal load transfer — the vertical load transferred from a front tire to the corresponding rear tire that is due to acceleration, rotational, or inertial effects in the longitudinal direction …   Mechanics glossary

  • transfer — tire lateral load transfer tire longitudinal load transfer …   Mechanics glossary

  • transfer — See decal heat transfer load transfer weight transfer …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • Transfer switch — Transfer switches allow switching from a primary power source to a secondary or tertiary power source and are employed in some electrical power distribution systems. Most often transfer switches can be seen where emergency power generators are… …   Wikipedia

  • Load balancing (computing) — Load balancing is a computer networking methodology to distribute workload across multiple computers or a computer cluster, network links, central processing units, disk drives, or other resources, to achieve optimal resource utilization,… …   Wikipedia

  • load — [lōd] n. [ME lode < OE lad, a course, way, journey < Gmc * laidō, way < IE base * leit(h) , to go, leave > LEAD1, ON litha, Goth galeithan, to go: sense infl. by ME laden, LADE] 1. something carried or to be carried at one time or in… …   English World dictionary

  • load — I. noun Etymology: Middle English lod, from Old English lād support, carrying more at lode Date: 12th century 1. a. the quantity that can be carried at one time by a specified means; especially a measured quantity of a commodity fixed for each… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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