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face angle

[′fās ‚aŋ·gəl]
(mathematics)
An angle between two successive edges of a polyhedral angle.
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12) The age group based on the face angle (A) obtained is shown in Table 4.
5-degree clubheads are 440cc (versus 460cc for other lofts) and feature a more open face angle.
A t-test of the face angles shows that no significant difference exists between the mean dip angles of the NW and SE facing megaripple faces (Table 3).
d) 3 longer (51 mm) rods from Delrin, 2024-T3 aluminium and SS316, 0[degrees] sensor face angle.
In addition to dramatically enhancing performance, the VR_S Covert wow-inducing design and engineering also simplifies the consumer's retail experience, since the FlexLoft adjustability system allows for the driver to easily be changed to any loft and any face angle at any time.
Conventional kinematic analysis consists of plotting of discontinuity data like slope face angle and orientation, discontinuity orientations, and representative friction angle on a stereonet.
When you change the clubhead's loft using FCT, you're also forced to change the face angle - increase loft and the face angle closes; decrease loft and the face angle opens.
Most revolutionary product from TaylorMade with Flight Control Technology (FCT) lets you change the face angle, loft and lie to promote up to 40 yards of side-to-side trajectory change.
A variety of short waveguides were tested to illustrate the effects of material properties, length, diameter, face angle and source point on the transmission and reception of pulsed AE bursts.
The set of outline strings around the edge of the pit were combined into a single file of bench toe positions, and then the corresponding crest strings generated for a 45|degrees~ face angle.
The new SQ DYMO STR8-FIT and SQ DYMOU STR8-FIT drivers allow the golfer to change the face and shaft relationship up to plus/minus 2 for face angle, loft and lie.