camber angle

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camber angle

[′kam·bər ‚aŋ·gəl]
(mechanical engineering)
The inclination from the vertical of the steerable wheels of an automobile.
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Another neighbour, who asked not to be named, said the sudden bends and adverse camber of the road caused hazards but speed was a factor.
Due to the curve of the road there is an adverse camber and for safety reasons they decided to bring speeds down.
Due to the curve of the road between these locations there is an adverse camber and for safety reasons they decided to bring speeds down to 30mph.
The beauty of the system is that no longer will you feel every bump or adverse camber in the road through the steering wheel so you can enjoy more relaxed motoring.
But the Coventry rider lost traction on an adverse camber and span 180 degrees, forcing him to dismount and lose 20 seconds, which was enough for his big rival Ian Taylor to stay clear to the line.
During his walk Mr Pugh was shown a variety of danger points including damaged and missing warning signs, adverse camber and damage to the road surface.
Hunting The Giant's Daughter, at venues in Cardiff ' ONE of the oldest surviving stories of King Arthur is vividly reimagined in an award-winning performance featuring three Welsh performers, when Adverse Camber productions brings Hunting The Giant's Daughter home to South Wales.
The beauty of the system is that you will no longer feel every bump or adverse camber in the road through the steering wheel, so you can sit back and enjoy more relaxed motoring.
Going back a good number of years the speed limit between the Fleece at Berry Brow and Alpine corner was 70mph and the bend in the middle of these had an adverse camber.
Clerk of the course Seamus Buckley said yesterday: "We have eradicated the adverse camber and that part of the course now falls in towards the running rail.
Firstly, because no-one had ever won three world titles in succession, secondly because it was the first final in the Eastern European bloc, and thirdly because the track had an adverse camber.
They take more difficult stretches with undulations and adverse camber bends all in their stride.