cross ply

cross ply

Dictionary of automotive terms. 2015.

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  • cross-ply — adj. (of a tyre) having fabric layers with cords lying crosswise. * * * adjective of or relating to an older kind of automobile tire that had a flexible tread and relatively stiff sidewalls • Pertains to noun: ↑pneumatic tire * * * cross ply «KRS …   Useful english dictionary

  • cross-ply tyre — noun A tyre in which the plies of fabric in the carcass are wrapped so as to cross each other diagonally • • • Main Entry: ↑cross …   Useful english dictionary

  • cross-ply tire — /kraws pluy , kros /. See bias ply tire. [1960 65; CROSS + PLY2] * * * …   Universalium

  • cross-ply tire — /kraws pluy , kros /. See bias ply tire. [1960 65; CROSS + PLY2] …   Useful english dictionary

  • cross-ply tire — See bias ply tire …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • cross-ply — adjective Brit. (of a tyre) having fabric layers with their threads running diagonally, crosswise to each other …   English new terms dictionary

  • cross-ply — /ˈkrɒs plaɪ/ (say kros pluy) adjective (of a motor tyre) having the fabric cords stretched diagonally, thus bracing the tread …  

  • conventional cross ply — A tire having two or more carcass plies arranged in a criss cross manner and diagonally to the beads and travels approximately 1/3 the distance around the circumference before attaching to the other bead. Each cord in the next ply is arranged in… …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • ply — A layer of rubber coated parallel cords which forms a unit of a tire carcass. The plies are made of cord, fiberglass, steel, or structural fabric. See bias tire conventional cross ply radial ply tire plies tire ply …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • cross-multiply — cross mul·ti·ply (krôsʹmŭlʹtə plī , krŏsʹ ) intr.v. cross mul·ti·plied, cross mul·ti·ply·ing, cross mul·ti·plies To multiply the numerator of one of a pair of fractions by the denominator of the other.   cross multiplication n. * * * …   Universalium

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