CONSTRAINING NUMERICAL VALUES FOR A REFERENCED CRICKET BAT HANDLE ON SELECTED GEOMETRICAL PARAMETERS

Ashish Kumar Katiyar, Syed Tariq Murtaza, Shamshad Ali

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A survey was carried out on Grade ‘A’ cricket bats handles, made up of the finest quality of four pieces Singapore cane with 3 rubber springs. Standard cricket bats handles were chosen from four different cricket manufacturing agencies, due to having different geometrical parameters. All handle were meticulously taken off from the blade and then they were measured and recorded, aiming to constraining a new measurement for a referenced cricket bat handle of short length. The estimation was made on the behalf of the measurement (value) taken from different size of handle ranging from their minimum to maximum, and standard values of handle keeping in view on their distinct parameters separately. So, by this way determination of geometric parameters and new modification were made for constraining measurement for a referenced cricket bat handle (i.e. short in length and round in shape) found for our purpose.

 

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Cricket bat, Cricket bat handle, selected geometrical parameters

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