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Design for accessibility : Minimal torque swept

Design for accessibility : Minimal torque swept

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Hi Group

I have a question on Torque wrenches.
I'm wondering on the minimal acceptable torque angle in designing of complex product (in my case, a business aircraft)

I know that a 36points torque wrench clicks every 10 degres, but there is a certain travel (about 5-8deg) before it catches some torque to apply on the fastener
Is there a minimal angle for a proper torque to be applied?
If I'm stuck between two structures that gives me only 11 deg (for example), will I be able to torque my fastener by applying 1deg at a time until final torque?

Also, we design for fast access and ease, so we don't want the mechanics spending a lot of time on the fastener, especially if there is few of them

Thanks for the support!

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