The smallest (root) diameter of thread.


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DEFLECTION

  1. The displacement of an electron beam from its straight-line path by an electrostatic or electromagnetic field.
  2. Shape change or reduction in the diameter of a conduit, produced without fracturing the material.
  3. Elastic movement or sinking of a loaded structural member, particularly of the mid-span of a beam.

PNEUMATIC ATOMIZER

An atomizer that uses compressed air to produce drops in the diameter range of 5100 micrometers.

PILOT BIT

A noncoring bit with a cylindrical diamond-set plug of somewhat smaller diameter than the bit proper, set in the center and projecting beyond the main face of the bit.

OVERSQUARE ENGINE

An engine with bore diameter greater than the stroke length.

OUTSIDE DIAMETER

The outer diameter of a pipe, including the wall thickness; usually measured with calipers. Abbreviated OD.

OPEN WELL

1. A well whose diameter is great enough (1 meter or more) for a person to descend to the water level. 2. An artificial pond filling a large excavation in the zone of saturation up to the water table.

N ROD BIT

A Canadian standard noncoring bit having a set diameter of 2.940 inches (74.676 millimeters).

MOUNT ROSE SNOW SAMPLER

A particular pattern of snow sampler having an internal diameter of 1.485 inches (3.7719 centimeters), so that each inch of water in the sample weighs 1 ounce (28.3495 grams).

MINOR DIAMETER

The diameter of a minor diameter minor loop cylinder bounding the root of an external thread or the crest of an internal thread.

MINIMUM TURNING CIRCLE

The diameter of the circle described by the outermost projection of a vehicle when the vehicle is making its shortest possible turn.

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