interference fit


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interference fit

n
(General Engineering) engineering a match between the size and shape of two parts, such that force is required for assembly as one part is slightly larger than the other
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Through a special heat-shrinking process, the liner is secured with an interference fit inside the barrel.
Bear's Zero Tolerance limb pockets work on an interference fit between the limb, boot and pocket to eliminate any movement of the limb in the pocket.
Rather than using a solid shaft with interference fit impellers, a modular rotor assembly consists of stub shafts, impellers and, if required, rotor spacers, with the assembly held together by a centre bolt.
15-17) In this design, early fixation is obtained with a combination of peripheral peg cementation combined with the interference fit of the central peg.
A tight interference fit between mating parts is obtained by shrinking-on, that is, by heating the outer part to expand the diameter for easy assembly and then cooling so that the outer part contracts.
In this instance, the chamber is too short and a standard-spec cartridge may prevent the action from closing, at least without a "crush" or interference fit.
As a result, the accuracy of the position angles of the wheels was increased to ensure interference fit values.
1) via an approximated pressure boundary condition, it is known that a seal may be lifted off the mandrel where the seal has an interference fit.
2005), Hamstring tendon versus patellar tendon anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction using biodegradable interference fit fixation: a prospective matched-group analysis, Am J Sports Med.
The conical tips have an interference fit into receiver slots for rapid replacement.
The collets allow the load to be transmitted to the ring experiencing the interference fit, while helping to deter metal-to-metal contact and the resulting shaft damage.
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