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Torsional Shear Stress
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Mechanical Efficiency
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Equivalent Torsional Moment
Equivalent Torsion Moment=sqrt(Bending moment^(2)+Torque^(2)) GO
Shaft power
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Strain Energy in Torsion
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Power Transmitted
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Power Generated When Torque is Given
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1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Mean angular speed
Mean angular speed =(Maximum angular speed during the cycle+Minimum angular speed during the cycle)/2 GO

Angular speed of outer cylinder in rotating cylinder method Formula

Mean angular speed =(2*(outer radius-inner radius)*Clearance*Torque)/(pi*(inner radius^2)*viscosity of fluid*((4*initial height of liquid*Clearance*outer radius)+(inner radius^2)*(outer radius-inner radius)))
ω=(2*(r₂-r₁)*C*τ)/(pi*(r₁^2)* μ*((4*H 1*C*r₂)+(r₁^2)*(r₂-r₁)))
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What is rotating cylinder method?

A method of measuring the viscosity of a fluid in which the fluid fills the space between two concentric cylinders and the torque on the stationary inner cylinder is measured when the outer cylinder is rotated at a constant speed.

What causes viscosity in fluids?

Viscosity is caused by friction within a fluid. It is the result of intermolecular forces between particles within a fluid.

How to Calculate Angular speed of outer cylinder in rotating cylinder method?

Angular speed of outer cylinder in rotating cylinder method calculator uses Mean angular speed =(2*(outer radius-inner radius)*Clearance*Torque)/(pi*(inner radius^2)*viscosity of fluid*((4*initial height of liquid*Clearance*outer radius)+(inner radius^2)*(outer radius-inner radius))) to calculate the Mean angular speed , The Angular speed of outer cylinder in rotating cylinder method formula is known while considering the inner and outer radius of the cylinder, torque measured, the viscosity of fluid or oil, clearance, and the height of the liquid. Mean angular speed and is denoted by ω symbol.

How to calculate Angular speed of outer cylinder in rotating cylinder method using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Angular speed of outer cylinder in rotating cylinder method, enter outer radius (r₂), inner radius (r₁), Clearance (C), Torque (τ), viscosity of fluid ( μ) and initial height of liquid (H 1) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Angular speed of outer cylinder in rotating cylinder method calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.003048 = (2*(10-1)*0.001*50)/(pi*(1^2)*10*((4*10*0.001*10)+(1^2)*(10-1))).

FAQ

What is Angular speed of outer cylinder in rotating cylinder method?
The Angular speed of outer cylinder in rotating cylinder method formula is known while considering the inner and outer radius of the cylinder, torque measured, the viscosity of fluid or oil, clearance, and the height of the liquid and is represented as ω=(2*(r₂-r₁)*C*τ)/(pi*(r₁^2)* μ*((4*H 1*C*r₂)+(r₁^2)*(r₂-r₁))) or Mean angular speed =(2*(outer radius-inner radius)*Clearance*Torque)/(pi*(inner radius^2)*viscosity of fluid*((4*initial height of liquid*Clearance*outer radius)+(inner radius^2)*(outer radius-inner radius))). The outer radius of the cylinder , The inner radius of the cylinder , Clearance is the gap or space between two surfaces adjacent to each other, Torque is described as the turning effect of force on the axis of rotation. In brief, it is a moment of force. It is characterized by τ, The viscosity of fluid is a measure of its resistance to deformation at a given rate and The initial height of liquid is a variable from the tank emptying through an orifice at its bottom.
How to calculate Angular speed of outer cylinder in rotating cylinder method?
The Angular speed of outer cylinder in rotating cylinder method formula is known while considering the inner and outer radius of the cylinder, torque measured, the viscosity of fluid or oil, clearance, and the height of the liquid is calculated using Mean angular speed =(2*(outer radius-inner radius)*Clearance*Torque)/(pi*(inner radius^2)*viscosity of fluid*((4*initial height of liquid*Clearance*outer radius)+(inner radius^2)*(outer radius-inner radius))). To calculate Angular speed of outer cylinder in rotating cylinder method, you need outer radius (r₂), inner radius (r₁), Clearance (C), Torque (τ), viscosity of fluid ( μ) and initial height of liquid (H 1). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for outer radius, inner radius, Clearance, Torque, viscosity of fluid and initial height of liquid 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 Mean angular speed ?
In this formula, Mean angular speed uses outer radius, inner radius, Clearance, Torque, viscosity of fluid and initial height of liquid. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Mean angular speed =(Maximum angular speed during the cycle+Minimum angular speed during the cycle)/2
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