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Length of an open belt drive
Total length of the belt=pi*(Radii of the smaller pulley+Radii of the larger pulley)+(2*Distance between the centers of two pulleys)+(((Radii of the larger pulley-Radii of the smaller pulley)^2)/Distance between the centers of two pulleys) GO
Length of a cross belt drive
Total length of the belt=pi*(Radii of the smaller pulley+Radii of the larger pulley)+(2*Distance between the centers of two pulleys)+(((Radii of the smaller pulley+Radii of the larger pulley)^2)/Distance between the centers of two pulleys) GO
Angle made by belt with vertical axis for cross belt drive
Angle made by belt with vertical axis=(Radii of the smaller pulley+Radii of the larger pulley)/Distance between the centers of two pulleys GO

1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Angle made by belt with vertical axis for cross belt drive
Angle made by belt with vertical axis=(Radii of the smaller pulley+Radii of the larger pulley)/Distance between the centers of two pulleys GO

Angle made by belt with vertical axis for open belt drive Formula

Angle made by belt with vertical axis=(Radii of the larger pulley-Radii of the smaller pulley)/Distance between the centers of two pulleys
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Velocity ratio of belt drive GO
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Velocity ratio of simple belt drive when thickness not considered GO
Velocity ratio of simple belt drive when thickness considered GO
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Total percentage slip in a belt GO
Velocity ratio of belt in terms of creep of belt GO
Length of an open belt drive GO
Length of a cross belt drive GO
Angle made by belt with vertical axis for cross belt drive GO
Power transmittted by a belt GO
Torque exerted on the driving pulley GO
Torque exerted on the driven pulley GO
Tension in the tight side of belt GO
angle of contact for open belt drive GO
angle of contact for cross belt drive GO
Centrifugal Tension in belt GO
Tension on tight side when centrifugal tension is taken in account GO
Tension on slack side when centrifugal tension is taken in account GO
Tension on tight side when centrifugal tension is taken in account GO
Maximum tension of belt GO
Maximum tension for transmission of maximum power by a belt GO
Tension in the tight side for transmission of maximum power by a belt GO
Velocity for transmission of maximum power by a belt GO
Initial tension in the belt GO
Normal reaction between the belt and the sides of the groove GO
Frictional force in V belt drive GO
Tension in the tight side of V-belt drive GO
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Velocity ratio GO

What is a belt drive used for?

Belt drive, in machinery, a pair of pulleys attached to usually parallel shafts and connected by an encircling flexible belt (band) that can serve to transmit and modify rotary motion from one shaft to the other.

Difference Between Open Belt Drive and Cross Belt Drive?

In open belt drive, driving shaft and driven shaft rotate in same direction. In crossed belt drive, driving shaft and driven shaft rotate in opposite direction.

How to Calculate Angle made by belt with vertical axis for open belt drive?

Angle made by belt with vertical axis for open belt drive calculator uses Angle made by belt with vertical axis=(Radii of the larger pulley-Radii of the smaller pulley)/Distance between the centers of two pulleys to calculate the Angle made by belt with vertical axis, Angle made by belt with vertical axis for open belt drive is the angle made by line joining center of pulley to the belt with vertical axis. Angle made by belt with vertical axis and is denoted by α symbol.

How to calculate Angle made by belt with vertical axis for open belt drive using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Angle made by belt with vertical axis for open belt drive, enter Distance between the centers of two pulleys (x), Radii of the smaller pulley (r2) and Radii of the larger pulley (r1) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Angle made by belt with vertical axis for open belt drive calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.8 = (10-6)/5.

FAQ

What is Angle made by belt with vertical axis for open belt drive?
Angle made by belt with vertical axis for open belt drive is the angle made by line joining center of pulley to the belt with vertical axis and is represented as α=(r1-r2)/x or Angle made by belt with vertical axis=(Radii of the larger pulley-Radii of the smaller pulley)/Distance between the centers of two pulleys. Distance between the centers of two pulleys is the horizontal distance between larger and smaller pulley, Radii of the smaller pulley is a straight line from the center to the circumference of pulley and Radii of the larger pulley is a straight line from the center to the circumference of pulley.
How to calculate Angle made by belt with vertical axis for open belt drive?
Angle made by belt with vertical axis for open belt drive is the angle made by line joining center of pulley to the belt with vertical axis is calculated using Angle made by belt with vertical axis=(Radii of the larger pulley-Radii of the smaller pulley)/Distance between the centers of two pulleys. To calculate Angle made by belt with vertical axis for open belt drive, you need Distance between the centers of two pulleys (x), Radii of the smaller pulley (r2) and Radii of the larger pulley (r1). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Distance between the centers of two pulleys, Radii of the smaller pulley and Radii of the larger pulley 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 made by belt with vertical axis?
In this formula, Angle made by belt with vertical axis uses Distance between the centers of two pulleys, Radii of the smaller pulley and Radii of the larger pulley. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Angle made by belt with vertical axis=(Radii of the smaller pulley+Radii of the larger pulley)/Distance between the centers of two pulleys
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