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たわみ

English translation: flexure/ Bend angle

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Japanese term or phrase:たわみ
English translation:flexure/ Bend angle
Entered by: Gwindarr
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11:25 Nov 30, 2008
Japanese to English translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Engineering (general)
Japanese term or phrase: たわみ
I'm confused how たわみ is being used here. Does this refer to the curve of the wrench itself (usually L-shaped) or is it about bending due to damage?

ネジ゙締め・緩め時に、六角レンチは力を受
けてたわみますが、その時のたわみ角が
30°を越えると、それ以上六角レンチを
回そうとしないこと。
Gwindarr
Thailand
Local time: 13:42
flexure/ Bend angle
Explanation:
他から力を加えられて弓なりに曲がる。しなう。「実の重みで枝が―・む」2 飽きて疲れる。心がくじける。
BEND ANGLE

Définition :
The angle through which a bending operation is performed.
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Nicolas Carteron
Japan
Local time: 15:42
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flexure/ Bend angle


Explanation:
他から力を加えられて弓なりに曲がる。しなう。「実の重みで枝が―・む」2 飽きて疲れる。心がくじける。
BEND ANGLE

Définition :
The angle through which a bending operation is performed.

Nicolas Carteron
Japan
Local time: 15:42
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