: The boat must be at normal load, 5 person crew,: filled tanks, in the quiet about 4 feet of water and against wind: not Beaufort 3 wherein a harmless for the motors: Continuous power (MCR), an average speed of at least: Reach 22 knots.
What does NL stand for?
NL stands for Normal Load
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 44 other meanings of NL in our Acronym Attic
- No Level (software open licensing)
- No License
- No Limit
- No-Load (mutual funds)
- Nobel Laureate
- Non Licet (Latin: It Is Not Allowed, epigraphy)
- Non-Ladder (Diablo II gaming)
- Nondeterministic Logarithmic (complexity theory)
- Normal (medical)
- North Latitude
- Northern League (independent minor league)
- Northern Light (search engine)
- Northern Lights
- Northern Lion Gold Corporation (Vancouver, BC, Canada; stock symbol)
- Northern Luzon
- Norvegijos Lietuviai (Lithuanian: Norway Libraries)
- Not Listed
- Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas (Mexico)
- Nuevo León (Estado de) (México)
Samples in periodicals archive:
116J used a progressive applied normal load to evaluate the scratch properties of thermoplastic olefins (TPO) with different surface roughness.
A linearly increasing scratch normal load was applied during scratch to induce progressively increased delamination stress at the coating and steel substrate interface.
8) Thirty, although to save the magazine spring 28 was the normal load.
The lever arm is loaded by attaching dead weights at its end, it should be noted that the maximum normal load carrying capacity of load transducer is 1000 lb therefore maximum normal load applied was limited to this threshold limit.
For purposes of modeling, the sheet break was simulated by reducing the condensate load from a normal load to a radiation load.
Overload: A greater than normal load on the body is required to create change.
For nano-scale cutting in this system, the cutting depth can be controlled in the range of 1-100 nm (1 nm = 10-6 m) by changing the normal load applied to the cutting edge fixed on the cantilever tip.