cross-ply


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cross-ply

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(Automotive Engineering) (of a motor tyre) having the fabric cords in the outer casing running diagonally to stiffen the sidewalls. Compare radial-ply
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Adj.1.cross-ply - of or relating to an older kind of automobile tire that had a flexible tread and relatively stiff sidewalls
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cross-ply

[ˈkrɒsplaɪ] ADJ (Aut) [tyre] → a carcasa diagonal
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Tensile testing of dog-bone shaped plates of cross-ply composites with 0/90 and -45/+45 fiber orientation--Specimens #1 and #2, respectively, was carried out.
Intralaminar fracture toughness of a cross-ply laminate and its constituent sub-laminates.
Thermal buckling analysis of cross-ply laminated hybrid composite plates with a hole subjected to a uniform temperature rise was investigated by Avci et al.
In this study we present EME signals generated by interlaminar crack growth of unidirectional CFRP under mode I and mode II load as well as EME signals generated by fracture of cross-ply CFRP specimens under flexural and tensile loading.
21, 1964, turning out bias tires, which is a cross-ply construction.
R' refers to the construction type, which will generally be radial for road tyres in the UAE, though you may come across cross-ply tyres in other countries.
Renamed Continental Tyres India Limited, the company has since concentrated on the production and sale of cross-ply.
We older drivers learnt to control cars on slippery surfaces then, when most cars were rear wheel drive and on cross-ply tyres.
Moreover, the reduced internal heat build--up results in better durability compared to usual cross-ply tires.
Topics discussed include parametric analysis of confinement in concrete columns, cross-ply laminate under static three point bending, tracking fatigue crack growth in aluminum joints, and 3D adaptive remeshing procedures for large deformation problems.
The plant will make cross-ply tyres for trucks, light and small commercial vehicles and two-wheelers for the local market.
2002), Mode I interlaminar fracture of carbon/epoxy cross-ply composites.