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.
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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.
i]--the entrance angle of the oil into the piston chamber,
The entrance angle of the drill string should be between 8 [degrees] and 18 [degrees] with 12 [degrees] being optimal.
50 mm) ratio was 20 with an entrance angle of 45[degrees] and 60[degrees] (compound).
The effect is mitigated by decreasing the entrance angle simply because of a decrease in the average Hencky strain rate in the entry region of the die.
0 mm, entrance angle of 180[degrees], and L/D ratios from 10 to 30 were used.
Hence, the solutions for mitigating gross melt fracture are to reduce the entrance angle of converging dies (15-19) or to stack filters at the bottom of the reservoir, just before the contraction plane (20-22).
The results are presented in section the Results and Discussion and discussed sequentially in relation to the issue of fibril quantity and quality, and the effects of die design (die reduction ratio, entrance angle and aspect (L/D) ratio), resin molecular structure and lubricant concentration on the mechanical properties of extrudates.