normal pitch

normal pitch

[′nȯr·məl ′pich]
(mechanical engineering)
The distance between working faces of two adjacent gear teeth, measured between the intersections of the line of action with the faces.
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(50) on a dual-source normal pitch protocol, where the mean score for the 120 kVp group was 4.8 (P = 0.77) and for 100 kVp group was 4.7 (P = 0.42).
An unhappier Klopp was more candid in his assessment when he said: "When you play football you need a normal pitch. When it gets drier, it's not good for the footballplaying side.
"When you play all the time on a normal pitch it can then be difficult to adapt to it.
They were asked to go through their normal pitching routine simulating a normal pitch. The researcher then marked the landing spot with standard silver duct tape.
"We're normally on the corner of the town hall and in about five weeks' time we will be on our normal pitch.
Training finished with an 11-a-side game on half the size of a normal pitch. At one point Suarez clutched his left arm, wincing in pain after falling awkwardly.
"The groundstaff have been brilliant trying to get our artificial surface fit for us to play practice games, with the full length and width of a normal pitch to help us keep the players match sharp.
On some airplanes, it can occur at an apparently normal pitch attitude, something that can mislead the pilot because it presents itself similar to the beginning of a normal stall recovery.
The bodies come in coarse pitch for unstable conditions, normal pitch, and close pitch for strong machines, cast iron materials, and high metal removal rates.
At 300' AGL, his wingman executed a low approach and Capt Rivers flawlessly completed his landing without the use of any primary cockpit instruments or normal pitch compensation.
They are told, "Don't sing just mouth the words." These individuals usually have normal pitch modulation in their speaking voices but are unable to carry a tune or distinguish much change when a series of pitches is presented.