| John Thomas Fanning - Hydraulic engineering - 1877 - 619 pages
...mover, with gears : d= A'/^-, andP=. Steel transmitting shaft : d = 831'25P , and P = .032Nds. In which **d = diameter of shaft in inches. N = number of revolutions per minute.** P = horse powers. TRIGONOMETRICAL EXPRESSIONS. COTANGENT — ••*.^_ ' COSINE ^ J^ *T 1 ^•^ \... | |
| John Thomas Fanning - Hydraulic engineering - 1886 - 629 pages
...gears : d = ——, and P = . Steel transmitting shaft : d = \8/31'25jP, and P = .032m3. V .ZV In which **d — diameter of shaft in inches. N — number of revolutions per minute** P = horse powers. TRIGONOMETRICAL EXPRESSIONS. _CqTANCENT Radius = Ad Sine =Ci Cosine — Ce. Tangent... | |
| Power - Steam engineering - 1897 - 226 pages
...figure, middle bottom " i — .01 1 x d'Xn 2 — .OI4X da xn 3— .oi8x d' xn In these formulae is **d = diameter of shaft in inches. n = number of revolutions per minute.** Torsiona! maximum fiber strain in pounds per sq. inch allowed above formulae d. a) Wrought Iron1 =... | |
| F. R. Low - Steam engineering - 1903 - 219 pages
...— .o11xd'xn for top figure. 2— .oI4x d' xn " middle 3— .oiSxd'xn " bottom In thete formulae is **d = diameter of shaft in inches. n = number of revolutions per minute.** Torsional maximum fiber strain in pounds per sq. inch allowed in above formulae d. a) Wrought Iron-... | |
| American Society of Naval Engineers - Marine engineering - 1909
...build up our power diagrams based on the formula , rr_6I>N ' CL ' where H '= shaft horsepower, 0 = **torque in degrees, D = diameter of shaft in inches,...by means of a reliable and accurate torsion meter.** Naturally, a mechanical engineer would employ mechanical means for the purpose — in the first instance,... | |
| American Society of Naval Engineers - Marine engineering - 1909
...formula ,., OWN where // = shaft horsepower, d = torque in degrees, D = diameter of shaft in inches, A' = **number of revolutions per minute, C = constant varying...by means of a reliable and accurate torsion meter.** Naturally, a mechanical engineer would employ mechanical means for the purpose — in the first instance,... | |
| John William Major Sothern - Marine engines - 1909 - 337 pages
...for each shaft, we may proceed to build up our power diagram based on the formula — в D*N 1 ~CT' **where H = shaft horse-power, 6 = torque in degrees,...shaft in inches, N= number of revolutions per minute,** С = constant varying with the modulus of rigidity, and L = length of shafting in inches. In this formula... | |
| John William Major Sothern - Marine engines - 1916 - 566 pages
...may proceed to build up our power diagram based on the formula — where H = shaft horse-power, 0 = **torque in degrees, D = diameter of shaft in inches, N= number of revolutions per minute,** С = constant varying with the modulus of rigidity, and L = length of shafting in inches. In this formula... | |
| William Frederick Durand, Charles Wilson Dyson - Technology & Engineering - 1917 - 982 pages
..."modulus of rigidity" for the shafting, the horsepower may be obtained from //. p. — - where CL 9 — **torque in degrees, D - diameter of shaft in inches,...= constant varying with the "modulus of rigidity,"** L == length of shafting in inches. In order to apply this formula the "modulus of rigidity" — that... | |
| William Frederick Durand, Charles Wilson Dyson - Marine engineering - 1917 - 982 pages
...the true "modulus of rigidity" for the shafting, the horsepower may be obtained from HP = - where CL **N = number of revolutions per minute, C = constant varying with the "modulus of rigidity,"** L — length of shafting in inches. In order to apply this formula the "modulus of rigidity" — that... | |
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