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" Rule. Multiply the number of revolutions per minute of the countershaft by the diameter of the tight and loose pulleys and divide the product by the number of revolutions per minute of the lineshaft. "
American Machinist Grinding Book: Modern Machines and Appliances, Methods ... - Page 174
by Fred Herbert Colvin, Frank Arthur Stanley - 1912 - 383 pages
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How to Wire Builldings: A Manual of the Art of Interior Wiring

Augustus Noll - Electric wiring, Interior - 1893 - 162 pages
...pulley : Multiply the diameter of the dynamo pulley by the number of revolutions per minute required, and divide the product, by the number of revolutions per minute, of the shaft, Dia. of Dynamo Pulley X required speed _ Revolutions of shaft, per minute, diameter of driving...
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How to Wire Buildings: A Manual of the Art of Interior Wiring

Augustus Noll - Electric wiring, Interior - 1893 - 162 pages
...pulley : Multiply the diameter of the dynamo pulley by the number of revolutions per minute required, and divide the product, by the number of revolutions per minute, of the shaft, Dia. of Dynamo Pulley- x required speed _ Revolutions of shaft, per minute, diameter of driving...
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Roper's Questions and Answers for Stationary and Marine Engineers and ...

Stephen Roper, Edwin Robert Keller, Clayton Warren Pike - Electric engineering - 1900 - 306 pages
...engine shaft to operate the governor ? A. I would multiply the number of revolutions of the governor by the diameter of its pulley and divide the product by the number of revolutions of the engine. Q. What do you consider the best material for the foundation of machines ? A. Hard-burned...
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American Tool Making and Interchangeable Manufacturing: A Treatise Upon the ...

Joseph Vincent Woodworth - Interchangeable mechanisms - 1904 - 535 pages
...drive machine. Multiply the number of revolutions per minute of the machine pulley by its diameter, and divide the product by. the number of revolutions per minute of the countershaft. Third, speeds of main shaft and of countershaft given, to find diameter of pulley on, countershaft....
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American tool making and interchangeable manufacturing: a treatise upon the ...

Joseph Vincent Woodworth - Interchangeable mechanisms - 1904 - 535 pages
...revolutions per minute of the countershaft by the diameter of the pulley belting with the main line, and divide the product by the number of revolutions per minute of the line shaft. ETCHING STEEL. For etching names, dates, designs, etc., in steel, use any of the following...
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Shop calculations, reading working drawings, measuring instruments ...

International Correspondence Schools - Measuring instruments - 1914
...of one pulley, multiply together the diameter and the number of revolutions per minute of the other pulley and divide the product by the number of revolutions per minute (or the diameter) of the first pulley. This rule may be used to find the number of teeth or the number...
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The Founder's Manual: A Presentation of Modern Foundry Operations, for the ...

David Wells Payne - Founding - 1917 - 676 pages
...number of revolutions per minute of the countershaft by the diameter of the tight and loose pulleys and divide the product by the number of revolutions per minute of the lineehaft. TABLE or GRINDING WHEEL SPEEDS The revolutions per minute at which wheels are run is dependent...
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Machine Tools and Their Operation ...

Fred Herbert Colvin, Frank Arthur Stanley - Machine-tools - 1922
...number of revolutions per minute of the countershaft by the diameter of the tight and loose pulleys and divide the product by the number of revolutions per minute of the lineshaft. Example.A lineshaft running 150 rpm is to drive a countershaft 450 rpm The driven pulley...
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Machine Tools and Their Operation ...

Fred Herbert Colvin, Frank Arthur Stanley - Machine-shop practice - 1922
...number of revolutions per minute of the countershaft by the diameter of the tight and loose pulleys and divide the product by the number of revolutions per minute of the lineshaft. Example. A lineshaft running 150 rpm is to drive a countershaft 450 rpm The driven pulley...
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The operating engineer's catechism of steam engineering

Michael H. Gornston - Study Aids - 1922 - 428 pages
...driving pulley are given. Multiply the diameter by the number of revolutions per minute of the driving pulley, and divide the product by the number of revolutions per minute which the driven pulley must make. 1264. Give a rule for finding the number of revolutions per minute...
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