Translation of payload in Spanish:


carga útil, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpeɪˌloʊd/ /ˈpeɪləʊd/


  • 1

    Aerospace Transport
    carga útil feminine
    • The satellite will carry a payload that will transmit a Galileo experimental signal.
    • I've restricted it to spacecraft carrying useful payloads that actually flew.
    • It operates microgravity science payloads for ground and spaceflight research.
    • In addition to human, electro-optical, radio, and precise timing payloads, some satellites now carry robotic payloads.
    • The two payloads were placed in geostationary transfer orbit.
    • For the first time, Europe will now be able to place into geostationary orbit a payload weighing more than 10 tonnes.
    • Both proposals are for complete missions, including launch vehicle, spacecraft and science instrument payload.
    • The dream is a cheap, reliable way to carry people and payloads into orbit.
    • The need to send US supply payloads to the International Space Station is going to change the nature of NASA's requirements.
    • His responsibilities involved reviewing materials used in Space Shuttle payloads.
    • During the next eight months, the spacecraft's onboard systems will be checked and its science payload will be commissioned.
    • Flight 164 will carry three payloads on its journey into space.
    • Along with controlling the satellite, this software must interface with the satellite's five experimental payloads.
    • It was supposed to radically reduce the cost of carrying payloads into orbit.
    • Flight 160 was right on time and successfully placed its two payloads into orbit.
    • Each payload would have to be inspected before blast off to ensure its peaceful nature.
    • At that time, it was the largest payload ever delivered by the space shuttle.
    • Launch vehicles that boost payloads into space also provide business opportunities for firms.
    • This working concept craft may someday boost a payload into space for $500 a pound.
    • They perform experiments, spacewalks and handle the payload.
    • The airplane will usually be carrying a payload (passengers, cargo, weapons) and often a full load of fuel.
    • The airline wanted an aircraft with excellent payload to achieve a good passenger-seat-per-mile cost even though it would be a more expensive aircraft to initially purchase.
    • A long, slender fuselage was necessary to contain most of the fuel as well as the landing gear and payloads.
    • The inevitable consequence of all the improvements is a heavier airplane and a reduced payload, only about 440 pounds with all tanks full.
    • The vehicle also incorporates the option to one day double the payload using restartable second-stage engines.
    • What is the concern, then, for contamination of the payload, of the cargo?
    • The aircraft could carry a payload of only 265 pounds and had neither instruments nor weapons.
    • The modular concept allows the implementation of different payloads according to the customer's needs.
    • The A700's payload with full fuel is expected to be 725 lb.
    • Subtract 588 pounds of fuel, and you'd be left with a 512-pound allowance, not an unusual payload among big-bore four-seaters.
    • Its payload of 15,333 pounds was properly secured and distributed relative to the center of gravity of the aircraft.
    • Two companies might share a payload, with half going to one company's rig and half going to the other's.
    • Those speedy boats sealift the payload into Caribbean nations for later delivery to their biggest consumer nation - the United States.
    • Like an unwanted cargo hulk lugging its toxic payload from port to port around the world, there's no telling where it will end up next.
    • That same logic would hold true if the payload capacity had been modified to 6,000 lb or less and a passenger seat configuration of 20 seats or fewer.
    • Basic payload figures are a little misleading, however, in view of differing fuel capacities.
    • If you're going to arrive and perform humanitarian relief, you wouldn't want armor but would want to maximize payload.
  • 2

    (explosive capacity)
    carga explosiva feminine
    • It will carry a warhead payload of 404 dual-purpose improved conventional munition bomblets.
    • Moreover, it is studying new kinds of warheads and payloads for the missiles, as well as new missiles.
    • It will have a 30-minute loiter time at 70 kilometers capability using a micro turbojet engine and a warhead payload.
    • The 25 to 30 km range missile can carry a payload of 70 kg.
    • They are more vulnerable and easier to destroy than incoming warheads, and the entire payload - warheads and decoys - can be downed with a single shot.
    • Potential lethal payloads include penetrating warheads and a variety of submunitions that can individually target both soft and armored targets.
    • First, if the size of the warhead payload is significantly reduced, as suggested above, the range of the missile is extended in an equally significant manner.
    • It is also offering a derivative with a 6.5 pound high-explosive payloads for use against aircraft, surface ships and other targets.
    • But these unglamorous missiles will still carry lethal payloads close enough to their intended targets.
    • Multiple-stage technology would enable the missile to travel further or to carry a larger payload.
    • These were later identified as being intermediate range missiles capable of carrying a nuclear payload.
    • Nuclear weapons, chemical weapons, the missiles to deliver those payloads - all have been discussed earnestly.
    • The indigenous surface-to-surface missile, capable of carrying a payload of 1 ton, took off from a mobile launcher.
    • It can carry a payload of 1,000 kilograms, more than enough for a nuclear weapon.
    • The aircraft has seven hardpoints on the wings for weapon payloads.
    • It will weigh less than 30 pounds and carry up to 6 pounds of payload.