face angle


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face angle
There are six face angles at vertex V. Face angle BVC is marked in red.

face angle

n.
The angle formed between two edges of a polyhedral angle.
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Noun1.face angle - the angle formed by two edges of a polyhedral angleface angle - the angle formed by two edges of a polyhedral angle
angle - the space between two lines or planes that intersect; the inclination of one line to another; measured in degrees or radians
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It was determined that Gauge Face Angle (GFA), one of the factors used in calculating rail wear, exceeded internal standards.
Every iron in your bag has a determined face angle (loft) that dictates how high and far your ball should fly.
Proudly made in the USA, its unique design elements include a revolutionary "V" wing design with a putter face that features a 2 1/2" sweet spot, perfect balance point and a front face angle of -1 degree of loft that reduces ball hop off the face for a smoother, truer roll on the ball.
With age progression of a human the face angle changes.
plunge of line of intersection of two joint planes must be less than the slope face angle and greater than friction angle.
The R1 has unrivalled adjustability, with 12 loft options and seven face angle settings.
The hosel adjusts the face angle to Open, Square or Closed positions to improve accuracy and trajectory while allowing golfers to dial in their preferred look at address.
The 80 combinations (32 more than last year's R11) cover a range of 3 degrees of loft, 6 degrees of face angle and 4 mm of CG movement.
With the perfect gate swing, the face angle closes back to zero at ball impact.
The plug-and-play game connects with Windows computers and accurately records info like clubhead speed, face angle, distance and tempo.
Crest NE Face Angle SW Face Angle ([degrees]) ([degrees]) 1 19 15 2 16 14 3 21 19 4 16 24 5 19 19.
We agree first to give the value of the face angle at each vertex.