nose radius

nose radius

[′nōz ‚rād·ē·əs]
(mechanical engineering)
The radius measured in the back rake or top rake plane of a cutting tool.
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Sectional density can help compare the length-to-diameter ratio (or aspect ratio) of bullets, assuming other factors--point and base shape, nose radius, etc.
The main objective of the work is to develop a mathematical model to predict the Acceleration amplitude in terms of process parameters such as nose radius of cutting tool, cutting speed, cutting feed, and depth of cut.
The firing pin is also designed to use a Number 11 percussion cap with the same firing pin nose radius of 0.
As can be seen from the figure, in order to determine the thickness of the removable chip by cutting grain, you need to know: nose radius R of the cutting grain (depending on the number of grit abrasive wheel); the actual distance between the cutting grains l (in cutting involved only 10 .
Its compact nose radius allows the tool to fit in tighter, hard to reach spaces.
The objective of this work is to study the effects of cutting insert geometries (2), (3) like cutting insert shape, relief angle and nose radius (4), (5) on output response parameters.
the feed s and cutting speed v have an influence in increase of Rsk parameters, whereas cutting depth a and nose radius r have an influence in reduce.
Whitaker added that the Power Feed+ insert's large nose radius and helical cutting edge combine to create a freer cutting action and put more of the cutting heat into the chip and not into the cutter or workpiece.
Use a bar with a large nose radius and a non-safety chain (one without guard plates).
According to Liffick, the swivel couplers, along with the SQD-50's slim nose radius design, facilitate positioning of the wrench, providing a firm grip on the bolts even in confined areas.