the load 
The imaginary part of the load shading parameter describes the states of switches of load shading schemes while the real part is the corresponding amount of shaded load.


We thus arrive at the fault severity factor which is fairly independent of the load level and the inertia value of the induction motors.


The core of this technique (the stability of the load transfer) is illustrated in detail.


Three speed control strategies to transfer the loadexcessive, lower and same speedare presented to accomplish the smoothness and stability in the process of slippage.


Under its effect, the load capacity of nonNewtonian lubricants is not always higher or lower than that of Newtonian lubricants'.


Surface roughness shows an obvious effect on load capacity when it is greater than onetenth of the film thickness, and the surface with longitudinal pattern affects the load capacity most.


The little porous parameter will lead to a prominent increase of load capability (for instance, the load and the moment predicted), which is still augmented by the thicker layer parameter.


The numerical results also indicate that the load of a high pressure turbine rotor will increase with the increase of the span.


With the increase of the load, tension of outside cables and looseness of inside cables occurred, which indicated that the prestressing value in inside cables should be properly assigned.


The global extremum (minimum) of this dependence, which was accepted as the goal function, was used as a criterion for designing the algorithm optimizing the gripper position on the load axis upon stabilizing the angular motion of the module.


A concrete basic plan of computations is selected depending on time parameters of control events that occur in the system and are related first of all to the load and dynamics of the composition of heterogeneous computational nodes.


The load on the thymus increased, its weight and cortical layer restoration decelerated, and aplasia was observed.


This spacecraft with a moderate hypersonic lifttodrag ratio is designed according to the loadcarrying frame scheme.


The loadcarrying capacity and the friction torque of a magnetohydrodynamic bearing are calculated.


It is shown that the presence of an external magnetic field directed along the axis of the bearing and a radial electric field leads to a considerable increase of the loadcarrying capacity of the electrically conductive lubricating layer.


The distribution along the channel length of the frictional resistance and heat transfer coefficients on the wall are obtained, and the variation of these coefficients with the load parameter is studied.


The load and force acting on an infinite circular cylinder diffracting a moderately strong shock wave (pressure ratio across the front ～1.015) are found.


For the direct problem in the case of supersonic flow an expression is derived for finding the load on the wing with maximal allowance for the wing geometry.


In the inverse problem for supersonic and subsonic flows, expressions are derived for finding the wing geometry from given values of the load on the wing and the variation of the load along the span of the wing.


High rates of slip at points of friction, and also the use of water as a lubricant lead one to consider the problem of the influence of inertial forces on the development of the load capacity of a film of lubricant.

