angular pitch

angular pitch

[′aŋ·gyə·lər ′pich]
(design engineering)
The angle determined by the length along the pitch circle of a gear between successive teeth.
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Beyond the entrance, visitors encounter a double-height space shaped by the angular pitch of the great roof, its underside clad in lightweight panels of neritsuke (thinly shaved bamboo on a plywood base).
Swanson's Speed(R) Square and the One-Number Method(TM) of determining the angular pitch of a roof were first developed in 1925 by a carpenter named Albert J.
Vertical displacement or flatness is the sum of the linear translation and angular pitch and roll error.
Considering that the b parameter is the angular pitch of the abrasive grains and assimilate grinding with face milling the paper (Diacenko & Iacobson, 1954) proposes an equation of maximum roughness h = [R.
where, h is height of irregularities, [delta] is the angular pitch [rad], [s.
The Swanson Speed(R) Square and the One-Number Method(TM) of determining the angular pitch of a roof were first developed in 1925 by a carpenter named Albert J.