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roundness

[′rau̇nd·nəs]
(geology)
The degree of abrasion of sedimentary particles; expressed as the radius of the average radius of curvature of the edges or corners to the radius of curvature of the maximum inscribed sphere.
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In Section 3, the individual effect of roundness phase and amplitude on friction loss is studied.
Yes, the Chinese do attach luck to round fruits, but not so much emphasizing roundness (for cash) as the particular fruits' names.
Figure 3 shows the effects of the feed rate (A) and material (B) on the roundness error, with a 5% variation between the feed rate of 4.
In this tempting Espresso, Livanto's balance and roundness is complemented with the rich aromas of pastry, baked apples and a hint of cinnamon.
It is concluded that the measurements of root roundness (R) and flattening (F) are consistent with microscopic observations and can be used to quantify root deformation under soil compaction.
From the quantities described above we can calculate the sphericity and roundness, which have been defined as
The aim of this new measurement is to prove our idea about using the Pareto analysis for data from serial production analysis and for verification of results the optical measurement system, which should be not sufficient for evaluation of roundness measured at such part as we have.
Honing is the same process used to make diesel fuel injectors with bore roundness and straightness controlled to fractions of a micron (<0.
The company's Mitutoyo RA2100 Roundness Tester makes light work of measurements including cylindricity, concentricity and perpendicularity (as well as other more specialist measurements), added to which, the flexible design of the equipment allows for set-up of an extensive range of different geometries.
The machines can also be used for 3-, 4- and 6-inch pipe offering the benefit of reduced pipe out of roundness, particularly on 6-inch pipe, resulting in no requirement for re-rounding on site when the pipe is uncoiled.
Worn, companionable in its roundness and size, has borne its
Here we present an intention to assess disadvantages of the evaluation of these errors according to roundness reference measure (template) and the proposals for elimination of these disadvantages.