Circular Thickness

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M39 Pantserwagen - Description
... In addition each driver had a circular hatch in the roof of the hull and the turret had a circular hatch in the roof and two large side hatches ... The front side and back plates had a thickness of 10 mm (0.39 in) ... about 30°, was the best protected area with a line-of-sight thickness of about 20 mm, to which a certain deflection effect should be added ...
Geared - Nomenclature - Tooth Thickness Nomenclature
... Tooth thickness Thickness relationships Chordal thickness Tooth thickness measurement over pins Span measurement Long and short addendum teeth Circular thickness Length of arc between the two sides of a ... Transverse circular thickness Circular thickness in the transverse plane ... Normal circular thickness Circular thickness in the normal plane ...

Famous quotes containing the words thickness and/or circular:

    For his teeth seem for laughing round an apple.
    There lurk no claws behind his fingers supple;
    And God will grow no talons at his heels,
    Nor antlers through the thickness of his curls.
    Wilfred Owen (1893–1918)

    ‘A thing is called by a certain name because it instantiates a certain universal’ is obviously circular when particularized, but it looks imposing when left in this general form. And it looks imposing in this general form largely because of the inveterate philosophical habit of treating the shadows cast by words and sentences as if they were separately identifiable. Universals, like facts and propositions, are such shadows.
    David Pears (b. 1921)