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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Width of the rotor given volumetric displacement
Width of rotor=(Theoretical volumetric displacement*4)/(pi*(Outer diameter of the gear teeth^2-Inner diameter of gear teeth^2)) GO
Theoretical discharge of an external gear pump given volumetric displacement
Theoretical discharge of a pump=Theoretical volumetric displacement*(Angular speed of the driving member in rpm/60) GO
Pump slippage percentage
Pump slippage=((Theoretical discharge of a pump-Actual discharge of a pump)/Theoretical discharge of a pump)*100 GO
Theoretical discharge of a vane pump given volumetric displacement
Theoretical discharge of a pump=Theoretical volumetric displacement*Angular speed of the driving member in rpm GO
Theoretical discharge
Theoretical discharge of a pump=Theoretical volumetric displacement*Angular speed of the driving member in rpm GO
Actual discharge given volumetric efficiency(%) and theoretical discharge
Actual discharge of a pump=(Volumetric efficiency of a pump*Theoretical discharge of a pump)/100 GO
Volumetric efficiency of gear pumps
Volumetric efficiency of a pump=(Actual discharge of a pump/Theoretical discharge of a pump)*100 GO
Volumetric efficiency
Volumetric efficiency of a pump=(Actual discharge of a pump/Theoretical discharge of a pump)*100 GO
Theoretical torque developed
Theoretical torque=(Pressure*Theoretical volumetric displacement*60)/(2*pi) GO
Pump slippage
Pump slippage=Theoretical discharge of a pump-Actual discharge of a pump GO
Actual discharge given pump slippage
actual discharge=Theoretical discharge of a pump-Pump slippage GO

1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Angular speed of vane pump given theoretical discharge
Angular speed of the driving member in rpm=(Theoretical discharge of a pump*2)/(pi*Eccentricity *Width of rotor*(Diameter of cam ring+Diameter of rotor)) GO

Angular speed given theoretical discharge and volumetric displacement Formula

Angular speed of the driving member in rpm=Theoretical discharge of a pump/Theoretical volumetric displacement
N<sub>1</sub>=Q<sub>th</sub>/V<sub>D</sub>
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Theoretical discharge of an external gear pump given volumetric displacement GO
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Pump slippage percentage GO
Theoretical discharge given volumetric efficiency(%) and actual discharge GO
Actual discharge given volumetric efficiency(%) and theoretical discharge GO
Theoretical discharge given pump slippage GO
Actual discharge given pump slippage GO
Theoretical discharge given outer and inner gear diameter GO
Width of the rotor given volumetric displacement GO

What is theoretical discharge?

Theoretical discharge, also called as flow capacity of a pump is the volume of liquid discharged per unit time.

How to Calculate Angular speed given theoretical discharge and volumetric displacement?

Angular speed given theoretical discharge and volumetric displacement calculator uses Angular speed of the driving member in rpm=Theoretical discharge of a pump/Theoretical volumetric displacement to calculate the Angular speed of the driving member in rpm, The Angular speed given theoretical discharge and volumetric displacement formula is defined as the ratio of theoretical discharge of pump to the volumetric displacement. Angular speed of the driving member in rpm and is denoted by N1 symbol.

How to calculate Angular speed given theoretical discharge and volumetric displacement using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Angular speed given theoretical discharge and volumetric displacement, enter Theoretical discharge of a pump (Qth) and Theoretical volumetric displacement (VD) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Angular speed given theoretical discharge and volumetric displacement calculation can be explained with given input values -> 10 = 0.166666666666667/1.

FAQ

What is Angular speed given theoretical discharge and volumetric displacement?
The Angular speed given theoretical discharge and volumetric displacement formula is defined as the ratio of theoretical discharge of pump to the volumetric displacement and is represented as N1=Qth/VD or Angular speed of the driving member in rpm=Theoretical discharge of a pump/Theoretical volumetric displacement. Theoretical discharge of a pump is the volume of liquid pumped out in unit time and Theoretical volumetric displacement is the amount of liquid displaced per revolution.
How to calculate Angular speed given theoretical discharge and volumetric displacement?
The Angular speed given theoretical discharge and volumetric displacement formula is defined as the ratio of theoretical discharge of pump to the volumetric displacement is calculated using Angular speed of the driving member in rpm=Theoretical discharge of a pump/Theoretical volumetric displacement. To calculate Angular speed given theoretical discharge and volumetric displacement, you need Theoretical discharge of a pump (Qth) and Theoretical volumetric displacement (VD). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Theoretical discharge of a pump and Theoretical volumetric displacement 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 Angular speed of the driving member in rpm?
In this formula, Angular speed of the driving member in rpm uses Theoretical discharge of a pump and Theoretical volumetric displacement. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Angular speed of the driving member in rpm=(Theoretical discharge of a pump*2)/(pi*Eccentricity *Width of rotor*(Diameter of cam ring+Diameter of rotor))
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