radial force

radial force

[′rād·ē·əl ′fȯrs]
(mechanical engineering)
In machining, the force acting on the cutting tool in a direction opposite to depth of cut.
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This study investigated the effects of the static radial force applied by ring debarker tips to frozen balsam fir logs, and tip path overlap on debarking quality.
As torque is applied to the nut of the coupling, an inward radial force is created in the V-Retainer (Fig.
The flat screw applies a positive forward force while reducing the radial force against the outer tube's walls.
The swirling flow is carefully balanced to assure that the tangential flow around the chamber is greater than the radial force attempting to push the pollutants outward.
SLS 50/100 FAST FACTS Length (minimum) 20 feet to install a 10-foot joint Length (maximum) 30 feet to install a 20-foot joint Height 8 1/2 feet Width 8 foot - 30-inch OD 12 foot - 78-inch OD 14 foot - 102-inch OD Dual drive (standard) Thrust capacity 65 tons @ 4,350 psi Quad drive (option) Thrust capacity 130 tons @ 4,350 psi Power Detroit Diesel, 207 hp @ 2,000 rpm, 210 hp @ 2,400 rpm Pipe gripper Axial gripping force 12,000 pounds, radial force 10,000 pounds
Use the following formula to calculate the radial force on the shaft: F = HP x 126,000 x K/PD x RPM Where: F = Radial force on shaft, lb HP = Horsepower transmitted PD = Pitch diameter of sprocket or sheave, in.
Proximal SINE was observed when the oversizing rate was only 3%, and this could decrease radial force to the maximum extent [15].
However, cutting force components (main cutting force, feed force and radial force) were also added as cutting parameters in order to analyze cutting tool stress.
Conversely, the double saliency leads to complex nonlinear characteristics, and dual-winding results in mutual coupling between the torque and radial force. Therefore, dual-winding BSRM is a multivariable, high-nonlinear motor characterized by strong coupling, which presents a challenging control problem.
The elementary radial force acting over interval/range [phi] [member of] ([pi] ...
Rather than creating a radial force on the mounted component, the outer tapered rings are drawn together to generate an axial clamping force on the mounted component.
[17] proposed a two-degree-of-freedom [H.sub.[infinity]] control to suppress vehicle drive train vibration which was caused by SRM torque ripple and radial force. By controlling the current waveform, the radial force of SRM is reduced.