interference fit


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interference fit

[‚in·tər′fir·əns ‚fit]
(design engineering)
A fit wherein one of the mating parts of an assembly is forced into a space provided by the other part in such a way that the condition of maximum metal overlap is achieved.
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Additional intraoperative observation demonstrated stable fixation of the baseplate with interference fit of the central peg alone, prior to screw placement in most bone densities.
Conduct an interference fit analysis to determine the fluid domain (figure 2);
Dryseal threads have roots that are more truncated than the crests, so an interference fit causes the roots to crush the crests of the mating threads.
For this, a tight interference fit is required between the inner ring of the bearing and the shaft.
It was requested that the interference fit between the cap and the base would keep the two parts attached when the whole assembly is lifted by the cap, but not when the pack is filled.
For example, what length of liner can be inserted before its recovery produces an interference fit with the host pipe?
Tiles Are Fitted By High Strength Pvc Dowel In Pvc Insert With Interference Fit.
The crush ribs should be designed with 2% to 5% interference fit to the mounting surface so that it is "crushed" between a clamp and the mounting surface.
Weiler A, Hoffman RFG, Siepe CJ, Kolbeck SF, Sudkamp NP: The influence of screw geometry on hamstring tendon interference fit fixation.
The Timken Sure-Fit(TM) universal backing ring, which recently received conditional approval by the Association of American Railroads (AAR), helps to provide an interference fit between the axle dust guard diameter section and the backing ring.
Primers are an interference fit in the pocket so there's a delicate balancing act in the amount of force needed to do the job.
The performance benefits of induction heating the tool holder and shrink fitting a cutting tool into it with a very close interference fit provide consistent concentricity, improved balance, and excellent rigidity.

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