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Theoretical volumetric displacement given bore diameter and swash plate inclination
Theoretical volumetric displacement=Number of pistons*Area of piston*Pitch circle diameter of the bore*tan(Swash plate inclination) GO
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
Angular speed given theoretical discharge and volumetric displacement
Angular speed of the driving member in rpm=Theoretical discharge of a pump/Theoretical volumetric displacement 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
Theoretical volumetric displacement given area of piston and stroke length
Theoretical volumetric displacement=Number of pistons*Area of piston*Stroke length of a piston pump GO
Piston pump constant K
Piston pump constant=(Number of pistons*(pi*Piston diameter^2)*Pitch circle diameter of the bore)/4 GO
Tan of angle of inclination of swash plate
Tan of angle of inclination =(Stroke length of a piston pump/Pitch circle diameter of the bore) GO
Swash plate inclination with the axis of cylinder
Swash plate inclination=atan(Stroke length of a piston pump/Pitch circle diameter of the bore) GO
Theoretical torque developed
Theoretical torque=(Pressure*Theoretical volumetric displacement*60)/(2*pi) GO

1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Area of piston given force and pressure
Area of piston=Force/Pressure GO

Area of piston pump given volumetric displacement Formula

Area of piston=Theoretical volumetric displacement/(Number of pistons*Stroke length of a piston pump)
A<sub>p</sub>=V<sub>D</sub>/(n*S)
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Stroke length of an axial piston pump GO
Theoretical volumetric displacement given area of piston and stroke length GO
Theoretical volumetric displacement given bore diameter and swash plate inclination GO
Piston pump constant K GO
Theoretical discharge GO
Volumetric efficiency GO
Theoretical torque developed GO
Actual torque developed GO
Mechanical efficiency GO
Mechanical efficiency in terms of theoretical and actual torque GO
Overall efficiency of piston pump GO
Theoretical power of piston pump GO
Swash plate inclination with the axis of cylinder GO
Tan of angle of inclination of swash plate GO
Stroke length of piston pump given volumetric displacement GO
Tan of angle of swash plate inclination given volumetric displacement GO
Angle of swash plate inclination given volumetric displacement GO
Overall efficiency given actual and theoretical discharge GO

What is theoretical volumetric displacement?

Volumetric displacement or the theoretical volumetric displacement of a positive displacement pump is the amount of liquid pumped in one revolution.

How to Calculate Area of piston pump given volumetric displacement?

Area of piston pump given volumetric displacement calculator uses Area of piston=Theoretical volumetric displacement/(Number of pistons*Stroke length of a piston pump) to calculate the Area of piston, The Area of piston pump given volumetric displacement formula is defined as the ratio of volumetric displacement to the product of number of pistons and stroke length. Area of piston and is denoted by Ap symbol.

How to calculate Area of piston pump given volumetric displacement using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Area of piston pump given volumetric displacement, enter Theoretical volumetric displacement (VD), Number of pistons (n) and Stroke length of a piston pump (S) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Area of piston pump given volumetric displacement calculation can be explained with given input values -> 2 = 1/(5*0.1).

FAQ

What is Area of piston pump given volumetric displacement?
The Area of piston pump given volumetric displacement formula is defined as the ratio of volumetric displacement to the product of number of pistons and stroke length and is represented as Ap=VD/(n*S) or Area of piston=Theoretical volumetric displacement/(Number of pistons*Stroke length of a piston pump). Theoretical volumetric displacement is the amount of liquid displaced per revolution, Number of pistons is the total number of pistons present in a piston pump and Stroke length of a piston pump is how far the piston travels within a cylinder.
How to calculate Area of piston pump given volumetric displacement?
The Area of piston pump given volumetric displacement formula is defined as the ratio of volumetric displacement to the product of number of pistons and stroke length is calculated using Area of piston=Theoretical volumetric displacement/(Number of pistons*Stroke length of a piston pump). To calculate Area of piston pump given volumetric displacement, you need Theoretical volumetric displacement (VD), Number of pistons (n) and Stroke length of a piston pump (S). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Theoretical volumetric displacement, Number of pistons and Stroke length of a piston pump 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 Area of piston?
In this formula, Area of piston uses Theoretical volumetric displacement, Number of pistons and Stroke length of a piston pump. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Area of piston=Force/Pressure
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