safety factor

NOUN
  1. the ratio of the breaking stress of a structure to the estimated maximum stress in ordinary use
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How To Use safety factor In A Sentence

  • The deeper the borehole the greater the geological barrier and consequent safety factor but, as indicated above, there are other valuable benefits of going to the depths proposed.
  • The analysis of stability of a slope by limiting equilibrium criteria reduces to the search for the critical slip line, giving the minimum safety factor, and to the calculation of this value.
  • In this sense, if will present rain war, the Hamilton pole position safety factor will drop.
  • In this particular case the co-pilot's life may have been saved if this safety factor had been available.
  • The stability assessment of Beimengou slope of the safety factor calculated by the strength reduction FEM.
  • In this particular case the co-pilot's life may have been saved if this safety factor had been available.
  • Keep the safety factor in mind when you make pajamas; flameproof fabric is often used for younger children's sleeping clothing.
  • They all begin climbing into old style pressure suits, to add an extra safety factor above their life belts.
  • Ewart points to the inclusion of a fume hood and eyewash station as important to the overall safety factor.
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