chamfer angle

chamfer angle

[′cham·fər ‚aŋ·gəl]
(design engineering)
The angle that a beveled surface makes with one of the original surfaces.
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The reaction force due to this sliding between chamfers creates sliding force (Fs) and it depend on teeth chamfer angle, coefficient of friction as shown in fig.6.
It depends on the synchronizer cone diameter, material combination with gear and cone angle and synchro/sleeve chamfer angles.
The slot has a size of 23 mm x 23 mm with the chamfer width ([w.sub.c]) of 3.5 mm and chamfer angle ([alpha]) of 45[degrees].
Contemporary machine reamers have a chamfer angle on the nose of the tool.
The experiments of the vibratory insertion process were carried out when the assembly clearance [delta] = 0.2 mm, the mass of the peg m = 0.05 kg, the diameter of the bushing hole D = 20 mm, the chamfer angle of the bushing [alpha] = [pi]/ 4 rad, the initial tilt angle of the peg [[theta].sub.0] = 0.035 rad, the initial axial misalignment of the peg and the bushing axis in the lateral direction [[epsilon].sub.0] = 2 mm, the depth of insertion h = 50 mm.
It can be set to chamfering widths between 0 and 6mm and a chamfer angle between 15 and 45 degrees.
Depending both on the chamfer angle and the lead angle of the cutter body in which the insert is used, the land of the chamfer will be either parallel or angular (tilted) to the direction of feed.
In this example, the chamfer angle is 37 and the nose radius is 1/32 (0.031).
Additional adjustments are able to be applied through column edges, chamfer angles of sealing strips inserted in the corners of the formwork.
Where I have a problem is the chamfer angles of the car's waist line and wing mirrors, and the car's rear.