torsional angle

torsional angle

[′tȯr·shən·əl ′aŋ·gəl]
(mechanics)
The total relative rotation of the ends of a straight cylindrical bar when subjected to a torque.
(physical chemistry)
The angle between bonds on adjacent atoms.
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Results: In the horizontal torsional fatigue tests, the mean torsional angle amplitude in Groups A, B, and C were 6.
The torsional angle was automatically recorded by the device [Figure 2]a, [Figure 2]b, [Figure 2]c.
In the beginning of wheels steering, the deformation of tire produces angle that include slip angle and torsional angle, which could meet the requirement of large steering radius.
A linear encoder and a rotary encoder are used to measure the axial displacement and torsional angle of the specimen, respectively.
where M is the applied moment (torque), L is the length of the DWNT, [phi] is the torsional angle at the end of the tube and [I.
The conformational analysis for the neutral structures was carried out by changing the torsional angle ([theta], dihedral angle between central two thiophene rings, S-C-C-S) by 20 steps in the same direction between 0 (syn-planar) and 180[degrees] (anti-planar).
When properly installed, it can accept a nominal torsional angle of up to 8 [degrees]; nominal axial misalignment of 0.
A new structure of DMF with continuously-variable stiffness is proposed to lower the idle speed of the engine, realize high counter torque at a large torsional angle, and avoid the impact due to the abrupt changes of stiffness [14].
These features include the number of grooves, grooves taper angle, grooves torsional angle, grooves depth, and the shape of the grooves' cross section.
The relative torsional angle between the left and right end sections of a beam element can be calculated by the arcsine function according to the geometrical relationship:
The defined torsional angles [using the notation of Klyne and Prelog (30)] were implemented in a systematic manner and at each step the conformation was minimized.