cross-ply


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cross-ply

(of a motor tyre) having the fabric cords in the outer casing running diagonally to stiffen the sidewalls
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The influence parameters of plate aspect ratio, cross-ply ratio and stiffness ratio on the critical temperature were presented.
On the basis of DIN EN ISO 14125 a three point bending test set-up was manufactured to induce fracture of cross-ply CFRP specimens.
The report quoted Apollo Tyres Head (International Sales) Rajesh Kumar as saying "Bangladesh is predominantly a cross-ply market and that's where we think we can create value for our customers in mileage, fuel economy and service.
He also said that the traction and moving capacity of Nokian Forest Rider is 12% better, and the rolling resistance 5% lower, than those of a traditional cross-ply tyre which preserves the environment and saves fuel costs.
6mm AA road safety boss, Andrew Howard said:"It is a legal requirement that there is no mixing of radial or cross-ply tyres and that tyres are correctly inflated.
In the same manner five different laminates with cross-ply balanced symmetric laminates with orientations of +/-20deg, +/-30deg, +/-45deg, +/-55deg and +/-60deg were prepared.
com) provides dozens of examples of short films highlighting the dangers of such things as hanging bags on pushchairs; crossing the road; playing with old fridges; and mixing cross-ply and radial tyres.
ThermoPro tapes of polypropylene and 60% to 70% unidirectional or cross-ply (0/90[degrees]) continuous glass fibers are supplied by Polystrand, Inc.
It is illegal and dangerous to mix radial and cross-ply tyres on the same axle or to have radial tyres on the front and cross-ply on the rear.
with a vertical grain cross-ply core, or in 1-ft by 6-ft by 3/4-in.
Engineered flooring consists of three or more layers in a cross-ply construction.
Prior to that, I was driving around in a Ford Anglia 105E with cross-ply tyres and drum brakes doing 85mph with valve bounce - nothing like the handling power of a modern car today.