Camber

In architecture, a camber is an upward concavity in the under side of a beam, girder, or lintel. The term is also applied to a slight upward concavity in a straight arch.
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Camber

Used to define vertical alignment of wheels.
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camber

[n] - a slight convexity (as of the surface of a road) 2. [n] - the alignment of the wheels of a motor vehicle closer together at the bottom than at the top 3. [v] - curve upward in the middle
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Camber

Used to define vertical alignment of wheels.
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Camber

An aerofoil with one surface (top or bottom) curved more than the other side is said to have camber. Tyre camber is the amount that the top of the tyre leans into, or away from the car. Track camber is the horizontal angle or curve on a track surface.
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Camber

the curvature of the fretboard, also known as the radius
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Camber

amount of belly in a sail
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Camber

The amount by which beams are fabricated out of true to partially counteract the effects of movement under load. (Pre-camber).
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Camber

The Camber is the gap between the floor and the middle of the base of the board. Works in conjunction with the sidecut and flex to dictate the performance of the board.
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Camber

Path surfaced with middle slightly higher than the sides; allows surface water to flow off to both sides.
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Camber

The curvature of the surface and/or centre line of an aerofoil section which causes lift. A heavily cambered aerofoil is usually a high-lift section. A slightly cambered aerofoil is usually a high-speed section.
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Camber

NATO designation for Soviet Ilyushin Il-86 transport aircraft.
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Camber

A slightly arched surface, as of a road, a ship's deck, an airfoil, or a snow ski.
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Camber

The convex curved profile of the surface of a road or footpath.
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Camber

Cam'ber noun [ Of. cambre bent, curved; akin to French cambrer to vault, to bend, from Latin camerare to arch over, from camera vault, arch. See Chamber , and confer Camerate .] 1. (Shipbuilding) An upward convexity of a deck or other surface;
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Camber

Cam'ber transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Cambered ; present participle & verbal noun Cambering .] To cut bend to an upward curve; to construct, as a deck, with an upward curve. ...
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Camber

Cam'ber intransitive verb To curve upward.
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camber

noun the alignment of the wheels of a motor vehicle closer together at the bottom than at the top
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camber

noun a slight convexity (as of the surface of a road)
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camber

verb curve upward in the middle
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Camber

• (v. t.) To cut bend to an upward curve; to construct, as a deck, with an upward curve. • (n.) An upward convexity of a deck or other surface; as, she has a high camber (said of a vessel having an unusual convexity of deck). • (n.) An upward concavity in the under side of a beam, girder, or lintel; also, a slight upward concavity in
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Camber

Camber is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `myth name` The name Camber doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Camber seems to be unique!
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Camber

[aerodynamics] Camber, in aeronautics and aeronautical engineering, is the asymmetry between the top and the bottom surfaces of an aerofoil. An aerofoil that is not cambered is called a symmetric aerofoil. The benefits of camber, in contrast to symmetric aerofoils, were discovered and first utilized by Sir George Cayley in the early 19th ce
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Camber

[legendary king] Camber, also Kamber, was the legendary first king of Cambria, according to the Geoffrey of Monmouth in the first part of his influential 12th-century pseudohistory Historia Regum Britanniae. According to Geoffrey, Cambria, the classical name for Wales, was named for him. Camber was the son of Brutus, and a descendant of Aen
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Camber

This is the angle of the rim/tire from vertical as viewed from the front or the rear of the car. Be sure the wheels are pointed straight ahead when measuring this angle.
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