safety factor

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the ratio of the breaking stress of a structure to the estimated maximum stress in ordinary use

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Therefore, from the analysis results, we can see that the greatest value of delta moment resistance does not necessarily generate the smallest safety factor value.
For the whole safety storage of the slope based on the double safety factors, a comprehensive safety factor with the contribution of the shear strength parameter to the sliding resistance force as weight is proposed.
The questionnaire was developed to obtain the association between safety factors and walking in the university campus based on the respondents' opinion.
All this together -- the National Fund and the country's gold and foreign exchange reserve is $102 billion which leads us to say that we have reliable reserve and safety factor.
known safety factors in design when there is a reasonable anticipation that uncontrolled factors can render the design .
2) How large a safety factor should be assigned to ensure the required acceptable probability of failure falls within the required range?
Safety Factor for Future Expansion or Change of Use
the second step implies the calculation of the safety factors associated to each failure mechanism identified at the preceded step.
The only good thing about this junction is there is a lot less traffic using it because of the safety factor.
EZ-Lift material handling magnets have a built-in safety factor of 3.
The company's 1200mm x 1200mm units, for example, offer a designated payload of 800kg with a safety factor of 6 x.
eq max], serves for the calculus of the safety factor, using the general expression:
The units are both UL and CUL recognized, and a snap cover is included for an additional safety factor.