What is 'angle of approach' πŸ§‘β€πŸ”§

I decided to write about β€œWhat is 'angle of approach'” after a few colleagues asked for my help in the subject. If you are still in doubt, stick with me…

A quick answer is…

The maximum angle of an incline onto which a vehicle can move from a horizontal plane without interference. Also: The angle that is turned through by either of paired wheels in gear from the first contact between a pair of teeth until the pitch points of these teeth fall together.

Approach angle is the maximum angle of a ramp onto which a vehicle can climb from a horizontal plane without interference.

It is defined as the angle between the ground and the line drawn between the front tire and the lowest-hanging part of the vehicle at the front overhang.

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Angle of approach

What is an angle of approach...

Definition of angle of approach : the angle turned through by either of a pair of wheels in gear from the first contact of a pair of teeth until the pitch points of these teeth fall together

What is the angle of attack in aviation...

Angle of attack. Angle of attack is the angle between the body's reference line and the oncoming flow. This article focuses on the most common application, the angle of attack of a wing or airfoil moving through air.

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