An external or internal rib, or rim, for strength, as the flange of an iron beam; or for a guide, as the flange of a car wheel (see Car wheel.); or for attachment to another object, as the flange on the end of a pipe, steam cylinder, etc.
A plate or ring to form a rim at the end of a pipe when fastened to the pipe.
That part of an extruded, formed or fabricated component that protrudes from the basic shape. Often used as mounting plate.
Extending rim or edge at one end of a pipe shaft that gives support or a finished appearance.
The top and bottom pieces of a wood I-Joist which are comprised of solid-sawn lumber or structural composite lumber.
The lumber member that makes the outside edge, or top and bottom of the "I" configuration, in an engineered wood joist (or I-Beam).
Most commonly refers to the horizontal top and bottom portions of a frame siderail.
The upper or lower chord of a beam. It is the principal part for resisting either compression or tension.
The foot of the club which rests on the ground.
the bottom of an iron club (usually most associated with the sandwedge). Example: The sandwedge's flange allows the depth of the clubhead's penetration into the sand to be more controlled.
The part of the club head protruding rearward from the head. Mainly a term used when discussing putters, a “flange” is the part of the putter from behind the face to the very back of the head.
the location on the hub where the spoke heads are anchored.
An effect created by layering two identical sounds with a slight delay (1- 20 mS) and slightly modulating the delay of one or both of the sounds. The term comes from the early days of tape recording when delay effects were created by grabbing the flanges of the tape reels to change the tape speed.
A piece of special effects equipment that produces a fuller sound to music by a short delay and modulation of the frequency. The delay is shorter than is used in stereo chorus.
An audio effect produced by combining a delayed signal with the original and continuously varying the delay to create additional overtones.
An effect that is created when the same sound is played over itself but one of the copies is offset very slightly. After the initial offset (which is not required but is nice so the note isn't twice as loud at the beginning), an extremely slight pitch bend will produce a "whoosh" sound. This effect used to be done with reel to reel tape recorders by slowing down one reel and then releasing it to let it catch up.
Base or seam area of a mold. An area that extends from the base of a model when making rubber molds to keep the rubber intact while casting. Usually extends three inches from the base of the piece.
An extension around the perimeter of a mold or part for the purpose of demolding, stiffening or connecting two components.
A decorative band of fabric surrounding a pillow thatâ€(tm)s more straight, or tailored, than a ruffled pillow.
a flat cuff or border along the edge of a pillow sham or duvet cover, usually several inches wide that forms a "frame" around the sham or cover, to add dimension and a crisp finishing touch
Horizontal protrusion extending from bottom of lid skirt.
Metal pan extending up or down a roof slope around flashing pieces. Usually at chimneys and plumbing vents
The extended lip of the hand brake that keeps the operator's hand from sliding down and rubbing against the roll.
Protrusion at back of irons to relocate weight to where it is required to produce a given effect.
To be bent into a flange.
a metal plate, shaped somewhat like a dished washer
The part of a plate or shape bent at right angles to the main part; also to bend over to form an angle.
A surface or section of a part designed specifically as an attachment point for connecting two parts together. Often the word flange is used to describe the entire part if it is a simple cover plate or pan.
in a section, part which is perpendicular to the web.
Horizontal surface on the face of the tee, visible from below the ceiling. The part of the grid to which the color cap is applied. Most grid system flanges are either 15/16â€³or 9/16â€³.