radial force

radial force

[′rād·ē·əl ′fȯrs]
(mechanical engineering)
In machining, the force acting on the cutting tool in a direction opposite to depth of cut.
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The MISAGO stent has a flexible design and good radial force that we found performed well in the superficial femoral artery" said John Fritz Angle, MD.
The pressure buildup power of a differential element in the radial direction of the rotor is obtained by multiplying the radial force given in Eq.
But symmetrical splined shafts induce both tangential and radial force vectors into the power-transmission train, and the resultant force is not optimized, as the radial force is not applied in a beneficial direction.
Design model optimization for radial force, design for manufacturability, fatigue analysis, raw material and process optimization;
Radial force variation - Radial force variation quantifies the change in force in the radial direction as the tire rotates under load.
Symmetrical splined shafts, formerly the industry standard, induce both tangential and radial force vectors into the power transmission train.
It employs an innovative Tandem Architecture, which is engineered to provide excellent stent flexibility while maintaining predictable radial force characteristics across the entire stent size matrix.
The contact surface required quality depended on the total applied radial force (refer to figure 3).
This unique cell and strut architecture, coupled with its proven radial force profile, are designed to further enhance clot retrieval in all clot types with fewer passes of the device in the procedure.
For each radial force were obtained curves for the case with lubrication (LIS grease and without lubrication), Fig.
The 2011 Jim Shockey Signature Series Lil Guff features a machined aluminum riser with Power Tuff limbs and Radial Force A cams.
That is, the lip is designed such that it can maintain the seal with reduced radial force.