radial tire

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radial tire

n.
A pneumatic tire in which the ply cords extending to beads are laid at approximately right angles to the center line of the tread.

ra′dial tire′


n.
a tire in which the plies or cords run from one bead to the other at right angles to both beads.
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Noun1.radial tire - pneumatic tire that has radial-ply casingradial tire - pneumatic tire that has radial-ply casing
pneumatic tire, pneumatic tyre - a tire made of reinforced rubber and filled with compressed air; used on motor vehicles and bicycles etc
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Tenders Are Invited For Cross Ply Nylon And Radial Tyre Of Different Size
Even early evening TV would show a bloke blinding himself on an industrial grinder, a kid being squashed by a train, or a gadgie in a cap crashing his Morris Oxford because he foolishly mixed radial and cross ply tyres.
At both ends the specimens were reinforced with end tabs made of cross ply laminates.
The segment of radial tires accounts for the higher sales in the pneumatic tire market owing to their various advantages over cross ply tires, which include longer durability, improved performance and better mileage
12) adjust a bilinear cohesive law to compact tension specimen made of carbon fiber reinforced polymer cross ply laminate composite.
According to Apollo, their cross ply heavy commercial vehicle tyres, a category where it is the undisputed market leader in both technology and sheer numbers, have travelled 9.
The present work is focused on preparing the laminates of balanced symmetric orientation sequence with cross ply stacking in view achieving the symmetric inter-laminar properties of the laminate.
Tsai (11) reported that a 10-degree angle ply laminate had close to twice the tension strength of a 10-degree unidirectionally wound laminate and Kelly (6) reported that balanced cross ply laminates stressed in tension failed by interlaminar shear with a lower rate of decrease in tension strength for angles up to 30 degrees than found for unidirectional laminates.
Braking is achieved by cables operating the four 12-inch drums, which look massive through the wire wheels - are shod with narrow, tubed cross ply tires.
Spectra Shield's cross ply composite structure (Figure 1) allows the projectile to engage many more fibers at ballistic impact because of the wide dispersion of filaments in the untwisted yarn.
Most of these tyres that are exported are of cross ply design.