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What does WL stand for?

WL stands for Wind Load


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to determine critical stability boundaries under windy conditions; to determine the parameters that are included in the calculation of dimensioning wind load effects; to elucidate the requirement and possibly the effect of guide blades for minimization vortex shedding vibrations; through a dialogue based process achieve an aerodynamic optimum cross-section for a suspension bridge over Halsafjorden, Norway.
Design strategies for energy performance, waterproofing, wind loads, seismic loads, and impact resistance all receive a chapter each.
It should be noted that wind speed data in open country such as that recorded at an airport may not be an indicator of the severity of the wind load on a structure subjected to the Venturi effect.
Dorma's ED 100 and ED 250 have been integrated with an automatic wind load control system in full energy mode, thereby making the operators suitable for application, be it the exterior doors that are subjected to varying wind loads or the interior doors separating rooms where different pressure prevails.
Dorma's ED 100 and ED 250 have been integrated with an automatic wind load control system in full energy mode, thereby making the operators suitable for application, be it the exterior doors that are subjected to varying wind loads or the interior doors separating rooms where different pressure prevails.
At the 2012 NAB Show to be held in Las Vegas, Radio Frequency Systems (RFS), the global wireless and broadcast infrastructure specialist, showcased revolutionary new software that enables complete filter tuning with no manual intervention and panel array antennas that cut wind load in half.
LAS VEGAS, April 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- At the 2012 NAB Show to be held April 16-19 in Las Vegas, Radio Frequency Systems (RFS), the global wireless and broadcast infrastructure specialist, will showcase revolutionary new software that enables complete filter tuning with no manual intervention and panel array antennas that cut wind load in half.