payload weight

payload weight
raketos naudingojo krūvio masė statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Naudingojo krūvio, kuriam sukonstruota raketa, masė. Naudinguoju krūviu gali būti kovinė dalis (kovinėse raketose), dirbtinis Žemės palydovas, erdvėlaivis, kabina su keleiviais ir kt. atitikmenys: angl. payload weight rus. масса полезной нагрузки ракеты

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  • payload — [pā′lōd΄] n. 1. a cargo, or the part of a cargo, producing income 2. a) a load that consists of anything carried by an aircraft, rocket, etc. that is not essential to its flight operations, including warheads, spacecraft, or passengers b) the… …   English World dictionary

  • Payload (air and space craft) — In military aircraft or space exploration, the payload is the carrying capacity of an aircraft or space ship, including as cargo, munitions, scientific instruments or experiments. External fuel, when optionally carried, is also considered part of …   Wikipedia

  • Payload fraction — In aerospace engineering, payload fraction is a common term used to characterize the efficiency of a particular design. Payload fraction is calculated by dividing the weight of the payload by the weight of the otherwise empty aircraft when fully… …   Wikipedia

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  • payload — That part of the useful load of an aircraft that is over and above the load necessary for the operation of the vehicle. It includes the commercial load of a civil aircraft and armament carried on board a military aircraft. The proportion of fuel… …   Aviation dictionary

  • payload — [[t]pe͟ɪloʊd[/t]] payloads 1) N VAR The payload of an aircraft or spacecraft is the amount or weight of things or people that it is carrying. [TECHNICAL] With these very large passenger payloads one question looms above all others safety. Syn:… …   English dictionary

  • payload — noun Date: circa 1922 1. the load carried by a vehicle exclusive of what is necessary for its operation; especially the load carried by an aircraft or spacecraft consisting of things (as passengers or instruments) necessary to the purpose of the… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • payload — /pay lohd /, n. 1. the part of a cargo producing revenue or income, usually expressed in weight. 2. the number of paying passengers, as on an airplane. 3. Aerospace, Mil. a. the bomb load, warhead, cargo, or passengers of an aircraft, a rocket,… …   Universalium

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