Definitions for "Static Load"
A load whose magnitude does not vary appreciably over time.
The maximum load an actuator can hold when not operating
A load applied to a specimen is called static if it remains constant with respect to time.
force on the supporting structure resulting from the weight of equipment plus material when not operating.
The total amount of permanent non-moving weight that is applied to given surface areas.
Acting through weight only. Downward pressure exerted by a motionless body or mass.
Keywords:  constant, force, applied
a constant applied force