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English translation: circular area

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German term or phrase:Kreisfläche
English translation:circular area
Entered by: Gunsou
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14:16 Jul 26, 2001
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Tech/Engineering
German term or phrase: Kreisfläche
In a patent relating to Ankerbolzen/Befestigungen:
"Die geringfügige Verminderung der Zugfestigkeit durch die mittel- bis starkwandige Kreisringfläche bei Rundprofilen ist vertretbar bzw. bei gleichem Gewicht des Befestigungsmittels einfact kompensierbar."

Any ideas for Kreisfläche as opposed to Kreisringfläche in this context?

Thanks very much!

Harold
xxxVadney
circular area
Explanation:
"KreisRINGfläche" in your text is "ring area". Imagine the sectional area of a pipe which is cut. It looks like a ring.
The thinner the wall of this pipe, the less the pipe's tensile strength. Naturally the tensile strength of a pipe (even a thick-walled one) is not as high as that of a round bar.
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na +1circular areaGunsou
nacircular area/surface
Mats Wiman


  

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circular area/surface


Explanation:
as opposed to ring/periphery surface

Mats Wiman
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circular area


Explanation:
"KreisRINGfläche" in your text is "ring area". Imagine the sectional area of a pipe which is cut. It looks like a ring.
The thinner the wall of this pipe, the less the pipe's tensile strength. Naturally the tensile strength of a pipe (even a thick-walled one) is not as high as that of a round bar.

Gunsou
Local time: 23:39
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
PRO pts in pair: 67

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