Q: What is the formula to find take off for 30degree elbow?

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The formula for "Take off" 45degrees elbow: 1.) For Metric: N.P.S. x 5/8 2.) For Imperial: N.P.S. x .625 Formula for travel of 45 degrees: Run x Cosecant 45degrees = Run x 1.4142 =

39in.

1-13/16"= The tangent of half the degree X the radius of the elbow.

You take the formula for a rectangle, replace what you know, and solve for the remaining variable.

1/2 inch

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The formula for "Take off" 45degrees elbow: 1.) For Metric: N.P.S. x 5/8 2.) For Imperial: N.P.S. x .625 Formula for travel of 45 degrees: Run x Cosecant 45degrees = Run x 1.4142 =

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To calculate elbow take off in aerodynamics, you typically measure the angle of the elbow from the airfoil and its distance from the leading edge of the wing. This information is used to determine the change in lift and drag forces at different angles of attack. Elbow take off is important for understanding the aerodynamic performance of aircraft components.

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it takes place when you bend your elbow

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Take it to the hospital or doctor and find out

39in.

1-13/16"= The tangent of half the degree X the radius of the elbow.