unsupported length

unsupported length

The distance between the end supports of a beam.
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With ejector pins and lifters that have too much unsupported length and cavity surface area, the plastic pressure can deflect the component.
The longitudinal modulus, transversal modulus, shear modulus, Poisson's ratio of composite material, unsupported length, inside radius, thickness and winding angles of inner and outer layers of composite long cylinders are taken as random input parameters, and the critical buckling pressure is taken as random output response.
0], unsupported length L, inside radius R and thickness T, as shown in Fig.
To suppress grip noise and minimise slippage, aluminium end tabs were bonded to the specimens reducing the unsupported length to 150 mm.
The longer the unsupported length of the sliding element the greater the bending moment at the plate-sliding element junction.
Excessive ejector stroke adds cycle time, extra mechanical friction, and excessive unsupported length of components, which can lead to wear and failures.
The unsupported length is just as much a concern as the angle.
Three of the issues we discussed fall under the topic I will be discussing here, unsupported length of mold components.
Excessive sag was evident in the unsupported length of sheet between the extruder die exit and the beginning of the conveyor belt to the forming station.
Unlike conventional corrugated tube, e-skin has a defined movement direction and can therefore be used as a horizontal energy supply for short unsupported lengths.
The ODS is available in a 'basic profile' version for supported lengths and also as a 'reinforced profile' version for unsupported lengths, allowing the profile to be used in free-standing applications without the need for additional profiles or specially manufactured supports to reinforce the drive.