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2008-11-15 · rpm = piston speed in fpm x 6 / stroke in inches Formulas for brake horsepower. horsepower = rpm x torque / 5252. torque = 5252 x horsepower / rpm. brake specific fuel consumption = fuel pounds per hour / brake horsepower. bhp loss = elevation in feet / 1000 x 0.03 x bhp at sea level Formulas for indicated horsepower & torque

Get Price2006-8-31 · ft-lb RPM 0.1420 ft-lb rad/sec 1.3558 N-m RPM 0.1047 N-m rad/sec 1.0002 For example, assume that it is necessary to determine the power required to drive a torque load of 3 oz-in at a speed of 500 RPM. The product of the torque, speed, and the appropriate conversion factor from the table is: 3oz −in ×500rpm×0.00074 =1.11Watts

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Get Price2008-11-15 · rpm = piston speed in fpm x 6 / stroke in inches Formulas for brake horsepower. horsepower = rpm x torque / 5252. torque = 5252 x horsepower / rpm. brake specific fuel consumption = fuel pounds per hour / brake horsepower. bhp loss = elevation in feet / 1000 x 0.03 x bhp at sea level Formulas for indicated horsepower & torque

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Get Price2013-9-5 · strict limitations. For this reason, we have truncated the ball screw rpm diagrams to a top end of 4000 rpm, and provided each type screw with their own charts. Please note that the ball screw charts are only represented for screws of 16 mm and 25 mm diameters. Maximum Speed: C S = F (4.76 x 106) ––– (5) where: C S = critical speed (rpm)

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Get Price2013-9-4 · In this equation, p is the pressure in kPa and T is the temperature in kelvin. The power in the wind is then P w = 1 2 ρAu3 = 1.742pAu3 T W(4) whereA is area in square meters and u is windspeed in meters per second. For air at standard conditions, 101.3 kPa and 273 K, this reduces to P .

Get PriceWhen we use this formula in our calculations, the values must be in absolute terms, i.e., "Hg absolute or Torr. Example 1: Convert 20 SCFM of air to ACFM at a vacuum level of 25" Hg at sea level. We first convert 25" Hg gauge to "Hg absolute: P2 = 29.92 - 25 = 4.92" HgA or 125 Torr. We now use the above formula and fill in the numbers:

Get Price2013-9-4 · In this equation, p is the pressure in kPa and T is the temperature in kelvin. The power in the wind is then P w = 1 2 ρAu3 = 1.742pAu3 T W(4) whereA is area in square meters and u is windspeed in meters per second. For air at standard conditions, 101.3 kPa and 273 K, this reduces to P .

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Get Price2000-8-15 · HAAS Mill. The information in this workbook may apply in whole or in part to the operation of other CNC machines. Its use is intended only as an aid in the operation of the HAAS Milling Machine. For a complete explanation and an in-depth descrip-tion, refer to the Programming and Operation Manual that is supplied with your HAAS Lathe.

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