A blueprint call out for a hole diameter says 375 0002-0000 will this hole be in spec if it allows a 3752 diameter deltronic pin to go through?
If the deltronic has a tolerance of -.000+.00004 .yes it is out of spec.
The diameter is the measurement of a line that goes right through a circle, through the centre point. In cases where we have a ring or some other such object with multiple circles, we would have an external diameter and an internal diameter. The internal diameter is the diameter of the inner circle. The external diameter is the diameter of the outer circle.
it is called a diameter. The diameter ! I think this answers your question: A segment whose end points both rest on the same circle and which passes through the center of the same circle is called the circle's diameter. a line from the edge of a circle through the center to the other side is the diameter Radius Diameter
$5 gold pieces minted from 1795 through 1829 were 25mm in diameter. $5 gold pieces minted from 1829 through 1834 were 23.8mm in diameter. $5 gold pieces minted from 1834 through 1866 were 22.5mm in diameter. $5 gold pieces minted from 1866 through 1929 were 21.6mm in diameter. $5 gold pieces minted from 1986 through 2009 were 16.5mm in diameter.
A diameter of a circle must pass through the center of that circle. A cord is a line segment that has its endpoints on the circumference of a circle. It can be any line segment. If that cord also passes through the center of the circle, it is said to be a diameter of that circle. A diameter of a circle is the longest cord of the circle.
Diameter of a circle is a line that goes from one side of the circle, passes through the center of the circle, and touches the other side of the circle. So a circle could have a diameter of length 2 inches, or maybe 7 feet, etc. If the line does not pass through the center of the circle, it is not a diameter.