That point of the ground on which the ball pitches or lights when bowled.
The distance from center to center of any two adjacent teeth of gearing, measured on the pitch line; -- called also circular pitch.
The distance between the centers of holes, as of rivet holes in boiler plates.
The distance between symmetrically arranged or corresponding parts of an armature, measured along a line, called the pitch line, drawn around its length. Sometimes half of this distance is called the pitch.
The angle at which a hole is drilled into a bowling ball in relationship to the center of the ball.
The distance between wraps on a coil brush. Also see Wraps per Foot.
A high trajectory shot to the green usually from a very short distance.
The distance, in bytes, between an address that represents the beginning of a bitmap line and the beginning of the next line. Do not confuse memory pitch and memory width, since not all display memory is laid out as one linear block. For example, with rectangular memory, the pitch of the display memory could include the width of the bitmap plus part of a cache. See also width and stride.
Distance from the centers of the front and rear track pins on a single shoe.
Distance between turns of wire across traverse
The nominal distance between two adjacent thread roots or crests.
(1) In a flat cable, nominal distance between the index edge of any conductor and the index edge of an adjacent conductor, expressed in decimal inches or millimeters. (2) The distance separating one turn in a coil winding from its successor. See Lay.
The distance; measured parallel to fastener axis, between corresponding points on adjacent thread forms in the same axial plane and on the same side of the axis.
The centre-to-centre distance between adjacent pins.
The distance between two threads or two gear teeth. A 1/4-20 screw, having 20 threads per inch, has a pitch of 1/20 or .050
The nominal distance between the centers of adjacent features or traces on any layer of a printed circuit board. Also referred to as â€˜center-to-center spacingâ€™.
Travel distance of material per one revolution of core
Pitch refers to the distance from a point on a particular feature to the same point on the adjacent feature. Pitch, as used by the PWB industry, frequently defines the distance from the center of a circuit line (also called "trace") to the center of the adjacent line. The thinner the line and space (or finer the pitch), the more lines can be placed on the PWB.
Distance between centerlines of holes along longitudinal axis of plate.
Shot taken with a high-lofted club that goes a short distance and has a high trajectory.
The distance between tracks or pits on a disc. (7/96)
The center-to-center distance between subpixels of the same color.
Distance from center to center of wire in adjacent coils in an open-wound spring.
The nominal centreline-to-centreline dimension between adjacent conductors.
The distance between the center of one lead to the center of an adjacent lead.
also called dot pitch; it is the centre-to-centre dimension between adjacent pixels.
The dimension from a point on the knuckle to the same point on an adjacent knuckle on the same leaf.
The distance between centres of consecutive rivets of the same row.
The pitch of a screw is the thread distance from one crest to the next measured axially
the distance from centre to centre of the wire in adjacent active coils (recommended practice is to specify number of active coils rather than pitch).
(n) A thread term used to describe the distance measured parallel to the axis between corresponding points on adjacent thread forms. The pitch is equal to 1 divided by the number of threads per inch.
The distance from one thread to the next along the length of the fastener. Used mostly in metric, where it is expressed in millimeters.
The forward distance theoretically travelled by a propeller in one revolution.
The distance from center-to-center between leads of a component.
The distance between elements. With full-size computer keyboards, keys are spaced at 17mm center-to-center. Reducing this pitch even slightly can make the keyboard difficult to use. A common keyboard pitch for small form-factor computers is 14mm, which might not seem like much until you try to type on it.
1. The alternate rise and fall of the bow of a vessel proceeding through waves; 2. The theoretical distance advanced by a propeller in one revolution; 3. Tar and resin used for caulking between the planks of a wooden vessel.
The nominal distance from center to center of adjacent conductors.
Pitch is the distance between the teeth on a gear. A fine pitch gear has many small teeth and a coarse pitch gear has fewer, larger teeth. An interesting observation is that the stiffness of a gear tooth is not related to the pitch.
The center to center measurement of dots in printing (dots) or pixels in a CCD or CMOS sensors.
The linear distance between the centers of two adjacent I/Os or bumps.
The center-to-center distance between adjacent leads on a package.
The center to center spacing between pads, rows, bumps, pins, posts, leads, etc...
In flat cable, the nominal distance between the index edges of two adjacent conductors
Theoretical distance a propeller would travel in one revolution. Also, the rise and fall of a boat's bow and stern.
The center-to-center distance between leads, pads, bumps or contacts.
The distance, center to center, between two active coils of a compression spring.
The center-to-center spacing between conductors, such as pads and pins, on a PCB.
Nominal distance from center-to-center of adjacent conductors within a cable. When conductors are flat, pitch is usually measured from the reference edge of a conductor to the reference edge of the adjacent conductor. Spacing.
The distance between one belay position and the next. Some climbs are multi-pitch.
The movement of a satellite, about an axis through its center of gravity, which causes the antenna footprint to move East and West.
The distance between centers of two adjacent wires in millimeters.
The center dimension of adjacent conductive traces, dots, or connector holes.
The distance from the center of a pixel to the center of the next pixel. Pitch influences the resolution of a LED display that shows images. A small pitch translate to higher resolution. A large pitch translates to larger text/character sizes. The picture to the right indicates how pitch is measured.
In chain, the distance between the centers of two successive chain pins.
The same as center to center spacing - pin to pin.
The distance from center of the wire in two adjacent coils.
The distance between two adjacent active coils measured from the center of the wire of each coil.
In general terms, pitch is a measure of the size of the teeth of a sprocket or gear. It is the distance between two teeth at the pitch diameter. The larger the pitch, the larger the teeth. Several systems are used to designate pitch in gears, such as Diametral Pitch, Circular Pitch and Module. In describing sprockets a number (e.g. - 35, 120, 2040) designates the pitch, as well other defining dimensions of the sprocket and chain.