# runout

İngilizce - Türkçe
salgı
(Otomotiv) aşınma
ulaşma
bearing runout
yatak gerinti boşluğu
plural of runout
ulaşma çoğul
axial runout
(Otomotiv) eksenel deformasyon
flywheel runout
(Otomotiv) volan salgısı
flywheel runout
(Otomotiv) volan eksantrikliği
İngilizce - İngilizce
The location control of a filleted surface tangent to a circular feature along its inner edge
A run out, a running out. The method of getting out in which a batsman, in making a run, has not reached the popping crease when a fielder breaks his wicket with the ball
Something that has been run out
(n/vb/adj ) without adequate protection
The distance between two pieces of protection on a route Also, when this distance becomes uncomfortably long, a climb is said to be runout Many of the slabby face climbs in Yosemite only have one or two bolts per pitch, making them extremely runout (and daunting)
(n) A filleted surface that runs tangent to a cylindrical one A runout is drawn on multiview drawings starting at the point of tangency, using a radius equal to that of the filleted surface, with a curvature of approximately one-eighth of a circle
Radial variation of a non-data physical dimension (also see Eccentricity )
The amount of wobble in a shaper or router
Runout is piping that is no more than 12 feet long and that is connected to a fixture or an individual terminal unit
For a rotary stage it is the maximum deviation of a point from an ideal plane perpendicular to the axis of rotation For a linear stage, any motion not along the axis of translation (see pitch roll and yaw)
A casting defect caused by incomplete filling of the mold due to molten metal draining or leaking out of some part of the mold cavity during pouring; escape of molten metal from a furnace, mold or melting crucible
The deviation from true center of points on the surface of a rotating shaft
The deviation from the desired form of a part surface of revolution detected during full rotation of the partpiece on a datum axis
n/vb/adj without adequate protection
The deviation from the desired surface or line in relation to the axis during one complete revolution
A change in dial indicator position at the surface of the rotor during one rotation of the rotor, used to measure out-of-roundness or indicate a bent shaft See also Eccentricity, Mechanical
A run out, a running out
Full indicator movement as measured around the circumference of a roll at any given point along the length of the body
The measure of the out of roundness of the tire causing a vibration which cannot be balanced
runout

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