verso interno

English translation: inner sense

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Italian term or phrase:verso interno
English translation:inner sense
Entered by: Lydia Cleary

10:18 Apr 24, 2015
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Patents
Italian term or phrase: verso interno
in a patent for brakes: the "verso" is clearly different from the "direzione" but I can't think of a suitable term. Any hlep much appreciated.

........Detta direzione radiale R-R definisce un verso interno RI, quando diretta verso la direzione assiale coincidente con l’asse di rotazione del disco A-A.
Lydia Cleary
Italy
Local time: 04:41
internal surface
Explanation:
I tried to picture this in my mind.

This is what I think is closest; they are referring to the surface of a cylinder facing its center (longitudinal axis).

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Note added at 5 days (2015-04-29 11:12:29 GMT) Post-grading
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Hi, I think "sense" may be ambiguous. Certainly "inner sense" or "internal sense" will be confusing. IMHO I would leave it in the Mech. Engineering solid body lingo.
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cilantro
Israel
Local time: 05:41
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Thanks Cilantro, in the end I chose "sense" as the term used in physics but you certainly helped to get a better idea of the concept
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internal surface


Explanation:
I tried to picture this in my mind.

This is what I think is closest; they are referring to the surface of a cylinder facing its center (longitudinal axis).

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Note added at 5 days (2015-04-29 11:12:29 GMT) Post-grading
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Hi, I think "sense" may be ambiguous. Certainly "inner sense" or "internal sense" will be confusing. IMHO I would leave it in the Mech. Engineering solid body lingo.


cilantro
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Thanks Cilantro, in the end I chose "sense" as the term used in physics but you certainly helped to get a better idea of the concept
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