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Loading is the act of placing a force or burden upon an object or network.
More specifically, loading may refer to:
- Carbohydrate loading, a strategy employed by endurance athletes to maximize the storage of glycogen in the muscles
- Creatine loading, a phase of use of Creatine supplements
- Vocal loading, the stress inflicted on the speech organs when speaking for long periods
- Application of a structural load to a system
- Loading characteristic, a measure of traffic on a telephone system
- Insertion of an electrical load into a circuit
- Use of a loading coil to increase inductance
- Loading (computing), the process in which the contents of an executable file are read into a computer's memory
- Task loading, the number of tasks taken on by a diver
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