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Tom
Tom
03:41 Nov-20-2005
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?


 
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Norman Thomsen
Norman Thomsen
00:27 Nov-21-2005
Re: Refracted Angles
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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



 
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J. Mark Davis
Teacher, And Consultant
University of Ultrasonics, Birmingham, Alabama, USA, Joined Mar 2000, 85

J. Mark Davis

Teacher, And Consultant
University of Ultrasonics, Birmingham, Alabama,
USA,
Joined Mar 2000
85
03:33 Nov-21-2005
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

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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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