closing angle

closing angle

closing angle
closing angle
i. The angle at which one wants to close onto a track. Its value is dependent on how far down the track one wants to join the track.
ii. The angle at which an attacker is closing in on the target.
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Lezcano went close again minutes later before Robert Lewandowski equalized with a brilliant chip from a closing angle over Ingolstadt 'keeper Orjan Nyland.
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This force direction is converted from axial to a direction perpendicular to the closing angle or head angle of the collet.
* The collet system closing angle (or head angle) will dictate the level of amplification that can be expected.
* The resultant friction of the collet closing angle with the spindle or tool holder.
The junction between these two bodies produces a wide-angled corner as a natural main entrance with a revolving door in the north end of the short tract, while the closing angle between the two leaves a convenient void as daylit well for the main staircase, allowing some vertical visual continuity even for those using the well-positioned lifts opposite.