conversion for circumference of a .025" square

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conversion for circumference of a .025" square

Postby jake » Thu Jan 10, 2008 2:45 am

What is the circumferernce of a .025" square peg?

The term 'circumference' is reserved for circles. The perimeter of a square is 4*side or 0.100"

If you circumscribed a circle about the peg, that circle's circumference would be 0.111"

What is the formula used to get .111?
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Postby Guest » Thu Jan 10, 2008 3:22 am

The diameter of the circumscribed circle is the diagonal of the square 0.025^sqrt(2).

The circumerence of circle is c = pi*d, where d is the diameter given by above.

Not sure my response got merged into your post.

If you are wirewrapping 0.025 wirewrap posts, the length of a turn will be somewhere between the two as the wire is deformed. It does not perfectly surround the post, nor is it the circumscribed circle.
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