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Effort applied parallel to inclined plane to move the body in downward direction considering friction
Effort required to move a body on inclined surface considering friction=Weight of body on which frictional force is applied*(sin(Angle of inclination of the plane to the horizontal)-(Coefficient of Friction*cos(Angle of inclination of the plane to the horizontal))) GO
Effort applied parallel to inclined plane to move the body in upward direction considering friction
Effort required to move a body on inclined surface considering friction=Weight of body on which frictional force is applied*(sin(Angle of inclination of the plane to the horizontal)+(Coefficient of Friction*cos(Angle of inclination of the plane to the horizontal))) GO
Force required to lower the load by a screw jack when weight of load, helix angle and coefficient of friction is known
Force=Weight of Load*((Coefficient of Friction*cos(Helix Angle))-sin(Helix Angle))/(cos(Helix Angle)+(Coefficient of Friction*sin(Helix Angle))) GO
Force at circumference of the screw when weight of load, helix angle and coefficient of friction is known
Force=Weight*((sin(Helix Angle)+(Coefficient of Friction*cos(Helix Angle)))/(cos(Helix Angle)-(Coefficient of Friction*sin(Helix Angle)))) GO
Total frictional torque on conical pivot bearing considering uniform pressure
Torque=2*Coefficient of Friction*Load transmitted over the bearing surface*Radius of the shaft*cosec(Semi angle of cone)/3 GO
Total frictional torque on conical pivot bearing considering uniform wear
Torque=Coefficient of Friction*Load transmitted over the bearing surface*Radius of the shaft*cosec(Semi angle of cone)/2 GO
Total frictional torque on conical pivot bearing considering uniform pressure when slant height of cone is given
Torque=2*Coefficient of Friction*Load transmitted over the bearing surface*Radius of the shaft*Slant Height/3 GO
Total frictional torque on flat pivot bearing considering uniform pressure
Torque=2*Coefficient of Friction*Load transmitted over the bearing surface*Radius of bearing surface/3 GO
Total frictional torque on flat pivot bearing considering uniform wear
Torque=Coefficient of Friction*Load transmitted over the bearing surface*Radius of bearing surface/2 GO
Total frictional torque on conical pivot bearing considering uniform wear when slant height of cone
Torque=Coefficient of Friction*Load transmitted over the bearing surface*Slant Height/2 GO
Roll Separating Force
Roll Separating Force =Length*Width*(1+Coefficient of Friction*Length/2*Height) GO

6 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

axial force from the constant pressure theory
Axial Force=Friction Torque*(3*((Outer diameter^2)-(Inner Diameter^2)))/(Coefficient of Friction*((Outer diameter^3)-(Inner Diameter^3))) GO
Axial Force from constant wear theory
Axial Force=pi*Permissible intensity of pressure *Inner Diameter*(Outer diameter-Inner Diameter)/2 GO
Axial force from constant wear theory
Axial Force=pi*Permissible intensity of pressure *Inner Diameter*(Outer diameter-Inner Diameter)/2 GO
Axial force in terms of friction radius
Axial Force=Friction Torque/(Coefficient of Friction*Friction Radius) GO
axial force from the constant pressure theory
Axial Force=pi*Pressure*((Outer diameter^2)-(Inner Diameter^2))/4 GO
Axial force from constant wear theory
Axial Force=pi*Pressure*((Outer diameter^2)-(Inner Diameter^2))/4 GO

Axial force from constant wear theory Formula

Axial Force=4*Friction Torque/(Coefficient of Friction*(Outer diameter+Inner Diameter))
P=4*M<sub>T</sub>/(μ*(Do+Di))
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How to Calculate Axial force from constant wear theory?

Axial force from constant wear theory calculator uses Axial Force=4*Friction Torque/(Coefficient of Friction*(Outer diameter+Inner Diameter)) to calculate the Axial Force, The Axial force from constant wear theory formula is defined as four times the ratio of friction torque to the product of the coefficient of friction and the sum of outer diameter and inner diameter. Axial Force and is denoted by P symbol.

How to calculate Axial force from constant wear theory using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Axial force from constant wear theory, enter Friction Torque (MT), Coefficient of Friction (μ), Outer diameter (Do) and Inner Diameter (Di) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Axial force from constant wear theory calculation can be explained with given input values -> 2 = 4*10/(0.2*(50+50)).

FAQ

What is Axial force from constant wear theory?
The Axial force from constant wear theory formula is defined as four times the ratio of friction torque to the product of the coefficient of friction and the sum of outer diameter and inner diameter and is represented as P=4*MT/(μ*(Do+Di)) or Axial Force=4*Friction Torque/(Coefficient of Friction*(Outer diameter+Inner Diameter)). The Friction Torque value: Friction torque, The Coefficient of Friction (μ) is the ratio defining the force that resists the motion of one body in relation to another body in contact with it. This ratio is dependent on material properties and most materials have a value between 0 and 1. , The Outer Diameter is the diameter of outer edge of circular hollow shaft and The Inner Diameter is the diameter of inner circle of circular hollow shaft.
How to calculate Axial force from constant wear theory?
The Axial force from constant wear theory formula is defined as four times the ratio of friction torque to the product of the coefficient of friction and the sum of outer diameter and inner diameter is calculated using Axial Force=4*Friction Torque/(Coefficient of Friction*(Outer diameter+Inner Diameter)). To calculate Axial force from constant wear theory, you need Friction Torque (MT), Coefficient of Friction (μ), Outer diameter (Do) and Inner Diameter (Di). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Friction Torque, Coefficient of Friction, Outer diameter and Inner Diameter 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 Axial Force?
In this formula, Axial Force uses Friction Torque, Coefficient of Friction, Outer diameter and Inner Diameter. We can use 6 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Axial Force=pi*Pressure*((Outer diameter^2)-(Inner Diameter^2))/4
  • Axial Force=Friction Torque*(3*((Outer diameter^2)-(Inner Diameter^2)))/(Coefficient of Friction*((Outer diameter^3)-(Inner Diameter^3)))
  • Axial Force=pi*Permissible intensity of pressure *Inner Diameter*(Outer diameter-Inner Diameter)/2
  • Axial Force=Friction Torque/(Coefficient of Friction*Friction Radius)
  • Axial Force=pi*Pressure*((Outer diameter^2)-(Inner Diameter^2))/4
  • Axial Force=pi*Permissible intensity of pressure *Inner Diameter*(Outer diameter-Inner Diameter)/2
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