Deadweight

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Deadweight or dead weight often refer to:

  • Deadweight loss, a loss of economic efficiency that can occur when equilibrium for a good or service is not Pareto optimal
  • Deadweight tonnage, a ship's carrying capacity, which includes cargo, fuel, crew etc.
  • Dead weight or dressed weight, the weight of an animal carcase after removal of skin, head, feet, visceral organs etc

Deadweight or dead weight may also refer to:

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See also[edit]

  • Structural load, one type of this is dead load, the fixed weight of a structure of piece of equipment, such as a bridge on its supports