| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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.... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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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