depth of thread

depth of thread

[′depth əv ′thred]
(design engineering)
The distance, in a radial direction, from the crest of a screw thread to the base.
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This research aims to comprehend further the mechanism of the thread connection with respect to the depth of thread penetration.
The main parameter is the depth of thread penetration.
The first experiment was done to find early estimation of correlation between the depth of thread penetration and the maximum strength of thread connection system.
The depth of thread penetration was changed until failures happened either on the thread or on the joint.
The diameter of lower rod was double the diameter of the upper rod in order to eliminate the effect of the lower rod on the depth of thread penetration.
Thread failure occurred as the depth of thread penetration is less than 15 mm (specimen number 1, 2, 5, and 6).
The rod failure occurred if the depth of thread penetration was more than 15 mm (specimen number 3, 4, 7, and 8).
Coarse threads have a greater depth of thread and are required on these types of materials to prevent stripping the internal threads.
Other pluses deliver a depth of thread multiplied up to three times the thread diameter (minimum diameter 1.
Maybe I've made some of you uncomfortable by mentioning the depth of threads and not turning them overly deep.
Analysis of the discussion threads in table 2 also demonstrates that the average depth of threads was 4.
Statistics of artici ation, negotiation and social interaction Group 1 Group 2 1:1 * Shared 1:1 Shared Number of students 5 5 4 5 Number of threads 27 21 23 14 Average depth of threads 2.