11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Power of a porter governor(if angle made by upper and lower arms are not equal)
Power=(4*Percentage increase in speed^2*(Mass of ball+(Mass of the central load*(1+Ratio of length of link to the length of arm)/2))*Acceleration Due To Gravity*Height of the governor )/(1+(2*Percentage increase in speed)) GO
Height of the governor (porter governor)
Height of the governor =(Mass of ball+((Mass of the central load/2)*(Ratio of length of link to the length of arm+1)))*Acceleration Due To Gravity/(Mass of ball*Angular velocity^2) GO
Force in the arm (porter governor) when mass of central load and ball are given
Force in the arm=(((Mass of the central load*Acceleration Due To Gravity)/2)+(Mass of ball*Acceleration Due To Gravity))/cos(Angle of inclination of the arm to the vertical) GO
Power of a porter governor(if angle made by upper and lower arms are equal)
Power=(4*Percentage increase in speed^2*(Mass of ball+Mass of the central load)*Acceleration Due To Gravity*Height of the governor )/(1+(2*Percentage increase in speed)) GO
Centrifugal force at minimum radius of rotation
Centrifugal force at minimum radius of rotation=Mass of ball*(Angular speed of the governor at minimum radius^2)*Minimum radius of rotation GO
Centrifugal force at maximum radius of rotation
Centrifugal force at maximum radius of rotation=Mass of ball*(Angular speed of the governor at maximum radius ^2)*Maximum radius of rotation GO
Sensitiveness of the governor when angular speed is given
Sensitiveness of the governor=(Maximum equilibrium angular speed -Minimum equilibrium angular speed )/Mean equilibrium angular speed GO
Centrifugal Force Acting on the Ball When Mass of Ball is Given
Centrifugal force=(Mass of ball*Acceleration Due To Gravity*Radius of the path of rotation of the ball)/Height of the governor GO
Height of the governor (porter governor, q=1)
Height of the governor =(Mass of ball+Mass of the central load)*Acceleration Due To Gravity/(Mass of ball*Angular velocity^2) GO
Effort of a porter governor(if angle made by upper and lower arms are equal)
Mean effort=Percentage increase in speed*(Mass of ball+Mass of the central load)*Acceleration Due To Gravity GO
Speed of the ball in rpm (porter governor) when the length of arms are equal to the length of links
Speed in r.p.m=sqrt((Mass of ball+Mass of the central load)*895/(Mass of ball*Height of the governor )) GO

1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Angle b/w the axis of radius of rotation and line joining a point on the curve to the origin O
Angle b/w axis of radius of rotation & line OA=atan(Controlling force/Radius of rotation(governor is in mid-position)) GO

Angle b/w the axis of radius of rotation and line joining a point on the curve to the origin O Formula

Angle b/w axis of radius of rotation & line OA=atan(Mass of ball*Mean equilibrium angular speed ^2)
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Height of the watt governor GO
Force in the arm (porter governor) when weight of central load and ball are given GO
Force in the arm (porter governor) when mass of central load and ball are given GO
Force in the arm (porter governor) when force in the link is known GO
Force in the link (porter governor) when mass of central load is known GO
Force in the link (porter governor) when weight of central load is known GO
Force in the arm (porter governor) when centrifugal force on ball is given GO
Angle of inclination of the arm to the vertical (porter governor) GO
Ratio of length of arm to the length of link GO
Height of the governor (porter governor, q=1) GO
Height of the governor (porter governor) GO
Speed of the ball in rpm (porter governor) when the length of arms are equal to the length of links GO
Lift of the sleeve at minimum radius of rotation(Hartnell governor) GO
Lift of the sleeve at maximum radius of rotation(Hartnell governor) GO
Total lift of the sleeve(Hartnell governor) when maximum and the minimum lift is known GO
Total lift of the sleeve(Hartnell governor) GO
Stiffness of the spring (Hartnell governor) when the total lift is given GO
Stiffness of the spring or the force required to compress the spring by one mm(Hartnell governor) GO
Stiffness of the spring when centrifugal force when min and max radius is known(Hartnell governor) GO
Stiffness of the spring when centrifugal force at minimum radius is known(Hartnell governor) GO
Stiffness of the spring when centrifugal force at maximum radius is known(Hartnell governor) GO
Centrifugal force at minimum radius of rotation GO
Centrifugal force at maximum radius of rotation GO
The centrifugal force for any intermediate position (Hartnell governor) GO
The centrifugal force for any intermediate position (Hartnell governor) GO
Centrifugal force for Hartung governor GO
Total downward force on the sleeve in wilson-hartnell governor GO
Centrifugal force on each ball for wilson-hartnell governor GO
Centrifugal force at minimum equilibrium speed on each ball for wilson-hartnell governor GO
Centrifugal force at maximum equilibrium speed on each ball for wilson-hartnell governor GO
Stiffness of each ball spring GO
Deflection of the center of the leaf spring in pickering governor GO
Deflection of the center of the leaf spring in pickering governor GO
Moment of inertia of pickering governor cross-section about the neutral axis GO
Lift of the sleeve corresponding to the deflection GO
Centrifugal force for pickering governor GO
Sensitiveness of the governor when angular speed in r.p.m is given GO
Sensitiveness of the governor when angular speed in r.p.m is given GO
Sensitiveness of the governor when angular speed is given GO
Sensitiveness of the governor when angular speed is given GO
Effort of a porter governor(if angle made by upper and lower arms are equal) GO
Power of a porter governor(if angle made by upper and lower arms are equal) GO
Power of a porter governor(if angle made by upper and lower arms are not equal) GO
Controlling force for porter governor GO
Controlling force for porter governor GO
Speed of the rotation in rpm GO
Net increase in speed of porter governor GO
Sleeve load for increase in speed value (taking friction into account) GO
Sleeve load for decrease in speed value (taking friction into account) GO
Value of Controlling force for decrease in speed GO
Value of Controlling force for increase in speed GO
Corresponding radial force required at each ball for the porter governor GO
Corresponding radial force required at each ball for spring loaded governors GO
Coefficient of insensitiveness GO
Coefficient of insensitiveness GO
Coefficient of insensitiveness when lower arm is not attached on the governor axis(Porter governor) GO
Coefficient of insensitiveness when all the arms of porter governor are attached to governor axis GO
Coefficient of insensitiveness for porter governor(if angle made by upper and lower arm are equal) GO
Coefficient of insensitiveness for porter governor(if angle made by upper & lower arm aren't equal) GO
Coefficient of insensitiveness for the Hartnell governor GO
Mean equilibrium angular speed GO
Mean equilibrium speed in r.p.m GO
Lift of the sleeve for porter governor (if angle made by upper and lower arms are not equal) GO
Governor power GO
Increased speed GO
Effort of a porter governor(if angle made by upper and lower arms are not equal) GO
Lift of the sleeve for porter governor (if angle made by upper and lower arms are equal) GO
Angle b/w the axis of radius of rotation and line joining a point on the curve to the origin O GO
The relation between the controlling force and the radius of rotation for isochronous governors GO
The relation b/w controlling force and radius of rotation for stability of governor GO
The relation b/w controlling force and radius of rotation for the unstability of governor GO

What is Porter Governor?

Porter Governor is a modification of Watt Governor with a central load attached to the sleeve. This load moves up and down the central spindle. The additional force increases the speed of revolution required to enable the balls to rise to any predetermined level.

How to Calculate Angle b/w the axis of radius of rotation and line joining a point on the curve to the origin O?

Angle b/w the axis of radius of rotation and line joining a point on the curve to the origin O calculator uses Angle b/w axis of radius of rotation & line OA=atan(Mass of ball*Mean equilibrium angular speed ^2) to calculate the Angle b/w axis of radius of rotation & line OA, The Angle b/w the axis of radius of rotation and line joining a point on the curve to the origin O formula is defined as the angle subtended by the OA line and axis of the radius of rotation. Angle b/w axis of radius of rotation & line OA and is denoted by φ symbol.

How to calculate Angle b/w the axis of radius of rotation and line joining a point on the curve to the origin O using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Angle b/w the axis of radius of rotation and line joining a point on the curve to the origin O, enter Mass of ball (m) and Mean equilibrium angular speed (ω) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Angle b/w the axis of radius of rotation and line joining a point on the curve to the origin O calculation can be explained with given input values -> 89.9661 = atan(10*13^2).

FAQ

What is Angle b/w the axis of radius of rotation and line joining a point on the curve to the origin O?
The Angle b/w the axis of radius of rotation and line joining a point on the curve to the origin O formula is defined as the angle subtended by the OA line and axis of the radius of rotation and is represented as φ=atan(m*ω^2) or Angle b/w axis of radius of rotation & line OA=atan(Mass of ball*Mean equilibrium angular speed ^2). Mass of ball in kilograms. Mass is the amount of "matter" in an object and Mean equilibrium angular speed is the speed of the object in rotational motion.
How to calculate Angle b/w the axis of radius of rotation and line joining a point on the curve to the origin O?
The Angle b/w the axis of radius of rotation and line joining a point on the curve to the origin O formula is defined as the angle subtended by the OA line and axis of the radius of rotation is calculated using Angle b/w axis of radius of rotation & line OA=atan(Mass of ball*Mean equilibrium angular speed ^2). To calculate Angle b/w the axis of radius of rotation and line joining a point on the curve to the origin O, you need Mass of ball (m) and Mean equilibrium angular speed (ω). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Mass of ball and Mean equilibrium angular speed and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Angle b/w axis of radius of rotation & line OA?
In this formula, Angle b/w axis of radius of rotation & line OA uses Mass of ball and Mean equilibrium angular speed . We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Angle b/w axis of radius of rotation & line OA=atan(Controlling force/Radius of rotation(governor is in mid-position))
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