Angular Deflection

Written by Jerry Ratzlaff on . Posted in Classical Mechanics

Angular deflection is when a flex connector is bent on it's centerline.  One end of the hose assembly is deflected or bent with the other end remaining parallel.flex connector 4


\(l= \frac {\pi r d}{180}\)


\(l\) = live hose length

\(\pi\) = 3.1416

\(r\) = minimum centerline bend radius for constant flexing (inches)

\(d\) = angular deflection (degrees)


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