outside diameter


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outside diameter

[′au̇t‚sīd dī′am·əd·ər]
(design engineering)
The outer diameter of a pipe, including the wall thickness; usually measured with calipers. Abbreviated OD.
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Bushings supporting the screw's outside diameter allow zero contact between screws and the liner, reducing wear while minimizing the need for costly maintenance and repairs.
For M939s and M939A1s, if the outside diameter on the same seal surface area measures about 2.
This tool follows the welding machine and smoothes the surface of the weld on the inside and outside diameter.
1 inches wide, and holds a 5-inch outside diameter media roll for easy drop-in reloading.
By the way, when fertilizing hydrangeas, make shallow holes around the outside diameter of the plant for depositing your fertilizer.
Developed over four years by a team at Leamington Spa, the system uses two discs floating on the outside diameter of the axle hub.
Developed over four years by a UK team at Leamington Spa, Maximum Torque Brake uses two discs floating on the outside diameter of the axle hub.
Upgrades to the tools include the development of a single arbor size for all cutter diameters, a new arbor-to-cutter mounting system, and the incorporation of a shoulder on the outside diameter of the cutter to prevent the entire tool body from plunging through a completed hole.
Compounding machines also have an "intermeshing ratio," which is the outside diameter of the screw divided by the root diameter (OD/ID).
The barrier has a 5/8" starter hole standard with an outside diameter of 2".
The through-bore design provides space for routing of hydraulic or pneumatic lines and a compact outside diameter for minimal space applications.
The reactance of the channel is directly proportional to the area bounded by the inside of the secondary current path (the internal diameter of the channel) and by the outside of the primary current path (essentially the outside diameter of the power coil).