ideal pitch

ideal pitch

The distance the propeller moves forward in one revolution when it is giving no thrust. It implies that the propeller is running solid and there is no slip. Also called geometric pitch
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
LANCASHIRE director of cricket Mike Watkinson says old pal Peter Moores will get the ideal pitch as England seek a 2-1 Test series lead over India.
Paul Young's pacey JAYTEE MONROE (Race 5) has an ideal pitch on the outside in the second trial of the Golden Jacket.
The flight pitch is also a factor, but for simplicity the standard pitch is widely used due to difficulty in determining the ideal pitch.
Engineer said an ideal pitch should reward bowlers for their efforts.
He lost the race at the boxes last time in S1 class, but has an ideal pitch on the fence and can take full advantage.
My ideal pitch was a lot shorter than I anticipated" - ie, froze horribly.
Johnston said he did not get an ideal pitch to hit.
While his Easy Feeling has a low draw to overcome, stablemate Gennie Bond has an ideal pitch on the stands' side if you are prepared to ignore her last performance at Newmarket, where she finished last.
Engineered using proprietary stainless steel wire forming technology, belts have tighter tolerances, and ideal pitch and tracking to enhance durability and belt life.
This will enable the pitcher to throw the ideal pitch whenever necessary.
The ideal pitch for these games is a hard, fast true pitch with an even covering of grass which, I believe, are the criteria that are laid down anyway.
It's a great shame for all our supporters and I don't think it was an ideal pitch for a one-day match.