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slightly convex; curved
Often Used in referring to a curved or arched dial or bezel
Having camber
past of camber
Often used to refer to a curved or arched dial or bezel
{s} arched, curved
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A slight convexity, arching or curvature of a surface of a road, a beam, roof deck, ship's deck etc., so that liquids will flow off the sides
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A vertical alignment of the wheels of a road vehicle with positive camber signifying that the wheels are closer together at the bottom than at the top
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The slope of a curved road created to minimize the effect of centrifugal force
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To adjust the camber of the wheels of a vehicle

Because he cambered the tires too much, he had less control on the turns.

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Tilting of the top of the wheels from the vertical When tilt is outward, camber is positive
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(Otomotiv) A wheel alignment adjustment of the inward or outward tilt on the top of the wheel when viewed from the front of the car. Improves handling and reduces tire wear
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The curvature of the wing or horizontal tail, from the leading edge to the trailing edge
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If you draw a line through the center of the airfoil that's exactly half-way between the top and bottom surface, you get the mean airfoil line Depending upon the airfoil, it can be straight or curved This curve is called the "camber" of the airfoil If it has a lot of curve, the airfoil is said to be "highly-cambered"
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The arching of the deck upward measured at the centerline in inches per foot beam
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The curvature of an airfoil
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The slope of a curved road, such that the outside is higher than the inside
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the alignment of the wheels of a motor vehicle closer together at the bottom than at the top a slight convexity (as of the surface of a road) curve upward in the middle
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the curvature of an object such as a sail or kite usually used when referring its aerodynamic properties
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{i} curvature; setting of automobile wheels
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A wheel alignment adjustment of the inward or outward tilt on the top of the wheel when viewed from the front of the car Improves handling and cuts tire wear
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the alignment of the wheels of a motor vehicle closer together at the bottom than at the top
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The convex, curved shape of an airfoil from leading edge to trailing edge
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A camber is a gradual downward slope from the centre of a road to each side of it. a slight curve from the centre of a road or other surface to the side, which makes water flow to the side (cambre, from cambrer , from camur )
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The arch of a deck, sloping downward from the center toward the sides
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Curvature of a sail
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It's the adjustment of a wheels alignment where the top of the wheel is moved inward or outward from vertical as viewed from the front of the vehicle Incorrect camber reduces tire life
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The deviation of a side edge from a straight line, the measurement being taken on the concave side with a straight edge
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A small enclosed dock in which timber for masts (etc.) is kept to weather
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a slight convexity (as of the surface of a road)
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The angle along the vertical axis of the tire/wheel when looking at the car directly from the front or the rear Camber is affected when cars are raised or lowered from stock Negative camber is when the top of the tire is tilted closer to the car and the bottom of the tire is tilted outward (when looking from the front or the rear) Up to a certain degree (no pun intended) negative camber is ok and may even be desirable
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An upward concavity in the under side of a beam, girder, or lintel; also, a slight upward concavity in a straight arch
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Camber is an upward curvature of the chords of a joist or joist girder induced during shop fabrication to compensate for deflection due to loading conditions Note, this is in addition to the pitch of the top chord
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the curvature of an airfoil's surfaces from the chord line It maybe positive, negative, or zero
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To cut bend to an upward curve; to construct, as a deck, with an upward curve
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This is the term that refers to angle of wheel alignment that measures the top of a tire tilting out or in For instance, if a car's camber angle on a tire is too positive, then the top of the tire is tilting outward and will result in excessive wear on the outside rib of the tire tread In the camber angle is too negative then the top of the tire is tilting too far inward and the resulting wear will be on the inmost rib of tread This angle can be adjusted either by mechanical adjustment or the addition or removal of shims, which tilt the top of the tire in or out Excessive camber results in tire wear
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To curve upwards in the middle
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The angle between the centerline of the tire and a vertical line as viewed from the front
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Slight convexity above the horizontal plane; in a beam, truss, or deck, to allow for self weight plus imposed load Also, the amount of rise between the crown and one perimeter on a road or traveled surface (8)
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When a snowboard is placed on a flat surface, the center portion of the board is raised and it rests only on the tip and tail This curvature in the snowboard effectively aids in turning Camber is measured by looking at the amount of space between the center of the base and the flat surface on which it rests
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Front end alignment angle, the angle that the wheel leans in or out-board of the vehicle
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1 Camber is the deviation of a side edge from a straight edge Measurement is taken by placing a straight edge on the concave side of a sheet and measuring the distance between the sheet edge and the straight edge in the center of the arc Camber is caused by one side being elongated more than the other 2 The hook or dogleg near the ends of a coil
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a slope in the turn of a road or track; the outside is higher than the inside in order to reduce the effects of centrifugal force
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This refers to the tilt of the wheels toward or away from one another when viewed from the front
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The angle, from vertical, of the wheels Negative camber is when the top of the tire is closer to the center of the vehicle than the bottom of the tire Negative camber is commonly used to add stability in bumps Positive camber is when the bottom of the tire is closer to the center of the vehicle than the top of the tire Positive camber is not commonly used
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{f} arch; curve
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A lengthwise arch or bow built into a ski to make it more flexible Generally speaking, a lower camber is better for Alpine skiing, because it makes turning easier, while a higher camber is better for cross country, because it allows for better gliding See Alpine camber; double camber; Nordic camber
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An angle adjustment to the front wheels that determines how the tires make contact with the track while cornering
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The slightly convex surface of a road, ships deck etc
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curve upward in the middle
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To curve upward
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An upward convexity of a deck or other surface; as, she has a high camber (said of a vessel having an unusual convexity of deck)
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Seen from the front and rear of the car, the angle of the tires in relation to the ground; tires that are perfectly perpendicular to the ground (90 degrees) are said to be at 'zero camber' If the tops of the tires lean towards each other, the tires have negative camber, and if they lean out, the tires have positive camber As a general rule, never have positive camber, and make sure the camber of, say, your front right wheel equals the camber of your front left wheel (make the camber angles on each axle match) If we were talking about oval racing, the rules would be different, but we're not Sedan racing, with it's straights, turns and chicanes requires that, among other things, camber angles match Usually one degree of negative camber on the fronts is good, because you want a good contact patch throughout a turn, and one or two degrees of negative camber on the rear wheels is fine From there, experiment, one degree at a time
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An alignment of the wheels of a road vehicle with positive camber signifying that the wheels are closer together at the bottom than at the top
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