entrance angle

entrance angle

[′en·trəns ‚aŋ·gəl]
(engineering)
In molding, the maximum angle, measured from the center line of the mandrel, at which molten material enters the land area of a die.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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But when the cutting depth decreases, entrance angle and exit angle are constant.
In this study, a series of UHMWPE fibers spun using varying dimensions (i.e., entrance angle and length of outlet land) of the conical dies were used to prepare and investigate the ultra-drawing properties of the UHMWPE as-prepared fiber specimens.
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The entrance angle of the drill string should be between 8 [degrees] and 18 [degrees] with 12 [degrees] being optimal.
The capillary length (29.97 mm) to diameter (1.50 mm) ratio was 20 with an entrance angle of 45[degrees] and 60[degrees] (compound).
It is also shown that the die entrance angle has a significant effect on the processabilily of HDPEs, particularly at low entrance angles of 15[degrees]-30[degrees].
The capillary die had a diameter of 1.59 mm, length-diameter ratio (L/D) of 28.5, and entrance angle of 90[degrees].