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English translation: shearing loads

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German term or phrase:Schnittlasten
English translation:shearing loads
Entered by: Evert DELOOF-SYS
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09:57 Apr 29, 2001
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
German term or phrase: Schnittlasten
"statische Berechnungen, Nachweis der Betriebsfestigkeit" eines Fahrgeschäftes

not much context, just a list of results after each load test or simulation:

"Ergebnis:
mit Spannungsausnutzung: 3/110
Verformungen: 3/111 und 3/116
Schnittlasten u. Spannungen: 3/112-116"
Beth Kantus
United States
Local time: 14:03
shearing loads
Explanation:
Stab in the dark: Stölzel, Metallurgie und Gießereitechnik, lists Schnittkraft - shearing force
(which, BTW, is not supported by other dictionaries).
Based on that, I searched for "shearing load" and got quite a few hits. I tried to select examples that came from native English websites. See if this fits in with your context:

The new door has bulkhead support built into its frame. The bulkhead is the ship's interior wall that separates compartments. When turbulent waters cause the ship's decks to move in opposite directions, the bulkhead experiences shearing loads that concentrate around the doors. Existing doors distort and then fail prematurely as a result of shearing loads, causing the bulkhead to experience plastic deformation. Ingalls Shipbuilding's door now has a stiff ring of material around its frame that absorbs the shearing load path to reinforce the door. This bulkhead support is also intended to reduce the rework needed after the door is assembled in the ship and the ship is transported to the dry dock by rail car and lowered into the water. Shipbuilders do not design for the damaging effects of the door's assembly and transportation because it is difficult to define the loads in such conditions. It is also more costly to develop features not applicable to the door's intended use than to rework the doors after their assembly and transportation.
www.algor.com/newsrel/casehist/ingalls/ingalls.htm

The analysis procedure for unsymmetrical cross sections is as follows:
· Determine, as needed, the centroid, moments of inertia, and the shearing load in the problem.
· Consider the two parts of the general shear flow equation separately.
· Determine the shear flow resulting from each part.
· Combine the two parts together to get the final shear flow distribution.
www.ae.msstate.edu/~masoud/Teaching/SA2/chA14.8_text.html

Golik Fabric is welded into secure mats of reinforcement, The shearing load required to produce failure of a welded intersection is not less than 0.25 Afy where A is the nominal cross-sectional area of the smaller wire and fy 460N/mm2.
www.golik.com/html/page6.html

Don't know if this will work within your context, but I hope it helps...
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Ulrike Lieder
Local time: 11:03
Grading comment
Thanks very much for your help - I was totally off on this one!

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shearing loads


Explanation:
Stab in the dark: Stölzel, Metallurgie und Gießereitechnik, lists Schnittkraft - shearing force
(which, BTW, is not supported by other dictionaries).
Based on that, I searched for "shearing load" and got quite a few hits. I tried to select examples that came from native English websites. See if this fits in with your context:

The new door has bulkhead support built into its frame. The bulkhead is the ship's interior wall that separates compartments. When turbulent waters cause the ship's decks to move in opposite directions, the bulkhead experiences shearing loads that concentrate around the doors. Existing doors distort and then fail prematurely as a result of shearing loads, causing the bulkhead to experience plastic deformation. Ingalls Shipbuilding's door now has a stiff ring of material around its frame that absorbs the shearing load path to reinforce the door. This bulkhead support is also intended to reduce the rework needed after the door is assembled in the ship and the ship is transported to the dry dock by rail car and lowered into the water. Shipbuilders do not design for the damaging effects of the door's assembly and transportation because it is difficult to define the loads in such conditions. It is also more costly to develop features not applicable to the door's intended use than to rework the doors after their assembly and transportation.
www.algor.com/newsrel/casehist/ingalls/ingalls.htm

The analysis procedure for unsymmetrical cross sections is as follows:
· Determine, as needed, the centroid, moments of inertia, and the shearing load in the problem.
· Consider the two parts of the general shear flow equation separately.
· Determine the shear flow resulting from each part.
· Combine the two parts together to get the final shear flow distribution.
www.ae.msstate.edu/~masoud/Teaching/SA2/chA14.8_text.html

Golik Fabric is welded into secure mats of reinforcement, The shearing load required to produce failure of a welded intersection is not less than 0.25 Afy where A is the nominal cross-sectional area of the smaller wire and fy 460N/mm2.
www.golik.com/html/page6.html

Don't know if this will work within your context, but I hope it helps...


Ulrike Lieder
Local time: 11:03
Native speaker of: German
PRO pts in pair: 3525
Grading comment
Thanks very much for your help - I was totally off on this one!
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17 hrs
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Explanation:
I agree with uel, although the engineering term is more likely "shear load". As backup, Corenelsen list "Schnittkräfte" = "shear forces"

Ken Cox
Local time: 20:03
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 5905
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