### Table 2. Design Limit Load values for three load conditions

### Table 4 : Allowable Flaw Sizes Utilizing Limit Load

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### Table 2. Table 2: LP solution for the limit load of the 9-bar truss l

### Table 1 Selected Single, Tandem, Tridem Weights and ESALs Load and ESALs by Axle Type

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2005

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### Table 4 Example LOD node child list and the effect on rendering. Note that this list is also used to limit load in high load situations.

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2007

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### TABLE I NUMBER OF VIOLATIONS FOR DIFFERENT LOAD-LIMIT THRESHOLDS

2004

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### TABLE I NUMBER OF VIOLATIONS FOR DIFFERENT LOAD-LIMIT THRESHOLDS

2004

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### TABLE III LOADS IN THE FLUID LIMIT (n BUCKETS, 3 CHOICES). ENTRIES REPRESENT THE FRACTION OF BUCKETS WITH THAT LOAD.

2001

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### TABLE III LOADS IN THE FLUID LIMIT (n BUCKETS,3CHOICES). ENTRIES REPRESENT THE FRACTION OF BUCKETS WITH THAT LOAD.

2001

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