angular deformation

angular deformation

n. Physics
A change in the shape of a body, as with shear strain, such that a straight line connecting two points within the body before the deformation is not parallel with a straight line connecting them after the deformation.
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0] and the amount of the angular deformation bend of laminated element for a specific material, whose parameters are given values of E, G, f and dimensions of the steel sheets (H, h, 3):
0] [greater than or equal to] h/2, that the sliding of sheet is virtually absent, and angular deformation a can be determined in this case as:
The drive torque from the motor causes not only the axial and angular deformation of the screw but also the contact deformation of the balls, the screw, and the nut, according to the Hertzian contact theory.
In this model, the first model of a ball screw is rigid, and the axial and angular deformations only affect the mode in the second and fourth mode shapes, respectively.
More specifically torsional loading, axial deformation, angular deformation, centrifugal force caused by rotation and finally a combination of all of these conditions was done, see Fig.
A small (5-7 degrees) angular deformation can be eliminated by moving the rod fragments towards the top corner of deformation.
Similarly, the angular deformation of the edge at B has to be 0 because of the symmetry of the problem.
35% xanthan gum had a higher angular deformation than those mixtures with 0.
Due to angular deformation of the shaft electrical resistance of gages is changed and picked up by the acquisition system in the form of electrical potential change.
It is considered as being deformation a quantity of type of: elastic deformation, plastic deformation or displacement; linear deformation or angular deformation.
In the case of an angular deformation, these components have to be obtained for at least two points (see fig.

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