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03:41 Nov-20-2005
Tom
Refracted Angles

Can someone tell me how to calculate the required refracted angle to obtain a 45 degree angle at the inside surface of a curved piece?


 
00:27 Nov-21-2005
Norman Thomsen
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: Can someone tell me how to calculate the required refracted angle to obtain a 45 degree angle at the inside surface of a curved piece?
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I believe you will find what you need in EN 583-2.
Rgds,
Norman



 
03:33 Nov-21-2005

J. Mark Davis

Teacher, And Consultant
University of Ultrasonics, Birmingham, Alabama,
USA,
Joined Mar 2000
83
Re: Refracted Angles Try this formula:

Sin of Angle 1 = Sin of Angle 2 * ID/OD

This calculates the required refracted angle (Sin Angle 1) at the inside diamter (ID) of the component based upon the ID/OD ratio.

Sin of Angle 2 is the desired angle, i.e., 45 degrees

ID is the inside diameter dimenison

OD is the Outside Diameter dimension

J. Mark Davis

----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Can someone tell me how to calculate the required refracted angle to obtain a 45 degree angle at the inside surface of a curved piece?
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