minor diameter

minor diameter

[′mīn·ər dī′am·əd·ər]
(design engineering)
The diameter of a cylinder bounding the root of an external thread or the crest of an internal thread.
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My calipers indicated that the minor diameter of the clips were 0.025-inch smaller than that of the cylinder's holes, making the cartridges splay out as they attempted to enter the chambers.
Hence known as the minor diameter of the canal.2 The most challenging step in the root canal therapy is determining the accurate working length.
In the images obtained were accounted 100 nuclei of the hepatocytes of each animal, in which two lines were traced, one on the largest diameter (major diameter (D)) and the other on the smallest diameter (minor diameter (d)) of each nucleus.
This research consisted of simulating the growth and yield of loblolly pine forests in order to evaluate the production of large diameter logs (minor diameter >35 cm).
The slave pin's major diameter is 0.195 x 0.250 in length with a minor diameter of 0.050 x 0.150 in length and overall length of 0.400.
and the width (minor diameter minus the size the tool maker measures with a gage pin), would be 0.067 in.--not 0.050 in.
Major diameter (a) and minor diameter (b), at right angle to major, was recorded and profile diameter of islet was determined by taking square root of the product of a and b diameters.23
Measurement of dimensions: Three linear dimensions namely polar diameter ([D.sub.1]), major diameter ([D.sub.2]) and minor diameter ([D.sub.3]) for all tomatoes were measured using a Vernier Caliper (least count 0.01mm).
Limited Tenders are invited for 1)Conical Shell Mill Cutter 45 Deg, Minor Diameter : 50 Mm (Approx), Major Diameter : 145 Mm (Approx), Ap : 48 Mm (Approx), No.
The results obtained in Table 5 shows that the maximum plastic instability load is related to plate with thickness 1.4 mm and circular cutout with radius 7 mm, and the minimum is corresponding to the plate with thickness 1.7 mm and elliptical cutout which minor diameter is aligned in the load direction.
The rotors in a tangential mixer have a major and minor diameter. Each rotor turns independently in a cavity referred to as a "side." The tip of the rotor (major diameter) follows a helical pattern along the rotor axis generally equally distant from the rotor center.
Carefully drill the screw holes with a drill sized to the minor diameter of your screws.