## < 11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Periodic time of SHM for compound pendulum in terms of radius of gyration
Periodic time for compound pendulum=2*pi*sqrt(((Radius of gyration^2)+(Distance of point of suspension of pendulum from the center of gravity^2))/(Acceleration Due To Gravity*Distance of point of suspension of pendulum from the center of gravity)) GO
Restoring torque for simple pendulum
Torque=Mass*Acceleration Due To Gravity*sin(Angle through which the string is displaced)*Length of the string GO
Minimum periodic time of SHM for compound pendulum
Time Period SHM=2*pi*sqrt(2*Radius of gyration/Acceleration Due To Gravity) GO
Deflection of spring when mass m is attached to it
Deflection of Spring=Mass*Acceleration Due To Gravity/Stiffness of spring GO
Periodic time for one beat of SHM
Time Period SHM=pi*sqrt(Length of the string/Acceleration Due To Gravity) GO
Final Velocity of freely falling body from height h, when it reaches ground
Velocity on reaching ground=sqrt(2*Acceleration Due To Gravity*Height) GO
Force of Friction between the cylinder and the surface of inclined plane if cylinder is rolling without slipping down a ramp
Force=(Mass*Acceleration Due To Gravity*sin(Angle of Inclination))/3 GO
Periodic time for SHM
Time Period SHM=2*pi*sqrt(Displacement/Acceleration Due To Gravity) GO
Archimedes Principle
Archimedes Principle=Density*Acceleration Due To Gravity*Velocity GO
Potential Energy
Potential Energy=Mass*Acceleration Due To Gravity*Height GO
Pressure when density and height are given
Pressure=Density*Acceleration Due To Gravity*Height GO

## < 6 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Centrifugal force on each ball for wilson-hartnell governor
Centrifugal force=Tension in the main spring+(((Mass on the sleeve*Acceleration Due To Gravity)+((Tension in the auxiliary spring*Distance of auxiliary spring from mid of lever)/Distance of main spring from mid-point of lever))*Length of the sleeve arm of the lever /2* Length of the ball arm of the lever) GO
The centrifugal force for any intermediate position (Hartnell governor)
The centrifugal force for any intermediate position (Hartnell governor)
Centrifugal force for pickering governor
Centrifugal force=(Mass attached at the centre of the leaf spring*Angular speed of the governor spindle^2*(Distance from spindle axis to centre of gravity+Deflection of the centre of the leaf spring)) GO
Centrifugal force for Hartung governor
Centrifugal force=Spring force+((Mass on the sleeve*Acceleration Due To Gravity*Length of the sleeve arm of the lever )/(2* Length of the ball arm of the lever)) GO
Centrifugal force acting on the ball When Weight of Ball is Given
Centrifugal force=(Weight of the ball *Radius of the path of rotation of the ball)/Height of the governor GO

### Centrifugal Force Acting on the Ball When Mass of Ball is Given Formula

Centrifugal force=(Mass of ball*Acceleration Due To Gravity*Radius of the path of rotation of the ball)/Height of the governor
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Average Velocity of body when initial and final velocity are given GO
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Tangential Acceleration GO
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Normal Acceleration GO
Resultant Acceleration GO
Angle of Inclination of resultant acceleration with tangential acceleration GO
Centripetal Force or Centrifugal Force when angular velocity, mass and radius of curvature are given GO
Impulse GO
Impulsive Force GO
Impulsive Torque GO
Gear Ratio when two shafts A and B are geared together GO
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Angular acceleration of shaft B if gear ratio and angular acceleration of shaft A is known GO
Torque required on shaft A to accelerate itself if M.I of A and angular acceleration of shaft A are given GO
Torque on Shaft B to Accelerate Itself when M.I and Angular Acceleration are Given GO
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Torque on Shaft A to Accelerate Shaft B GO
Torque on Shaft A to Accelerate Shaft B When Gear Efficiency is Given GO
Total Torque applied to shaft A to accelerate the geared system GO
Total Torque applied to accelerate the geared system if Ta and Tab are known GO
Efficiency of Machine GO
Overall Efficiency from shaft A to X GO
Power Loss GO
Total Kinetic Energy of the geared system GO
Equivalent Mass Moment of Inertia of geared system with shaft A and shaft B GO
Speed of Guide Pulley GO
Final Velocity of body A and B after inelastic collision GO
Loss of Kinetic Energy during perfectly inelastic collision GO
Coefficient of Restitution GO
Loss of Kinetic Energy during imperfect elastic impact GO
Kinetic Energy of system after inelastic collision GO
Moment of Inertia of a rod about an axis through its center of mass and perpendicular to rod GO
Moment of inertia of a circular ring about an axis through its center and perpendicular to its plane GO
Moment of inertia of a circular disc about an axis through its center and perpendicular to its plane GO
Moment of Inertia of a right circular solid cylinder about its symmetry axis GO
Moment of Inertia of a right circular hollow cylinder about its axis GO
Moment of Inertia of a solid sphere about its diameter GO
Moment of Inertia of a spherical shell about its diameter GO
Force of Friction between the cylinder and the surface of inclined plane if cylinder is rolling without slipping down a ramp GO
Coefficient of Friction between the cylinder and the surface of inclined plane if cylinder is rolling without slipping down GO
Distance travelled in nth second( accelerated translatory motion) GO
angle traced in nth second( accelerated rotatory motion) GO
Frequency of oscillation for SHM GO
Periodic time for SHM GO
Restoring torque for simple pendulum GO
Moment of inertia of bob of pendulum, about an axis through the point of suspension GO
Restoring force due to spring GO
Deflection of spring when mass m is attached to it GO
Periodic time for one beat of SHM GO
Periodic time of SHM for compound pendulum in terms of radius of gyration GO
Frequency of SHM for compound pendulum GO
Minimum periodic time of SHM for compound pendulum GO
Coefficient of Friction GO
Limiting angle of friction GO
Angle of repose GO
Minimum force required to slide a body on rough horizontal plane GO
Effort required to move the body up the plane neglecting friction GO
Effort required to move the body down the plane neglecting friction GO
Effort applied to move the body in upward direction on inclined plane considering friction GO
Effort applied to move the body in downward direction on inclined plane considering friction GO
Effort applied perpendicular to inclined plane to move the body in upward direction considering friction GO
Effort applied parallel to inclined plane to move the body in upward direction considering friction GO
Effort applied perpendicular to inclined plane to move the body in upward/downward direction neglecting friction GO
Effort applied parallel to inclined plane to move the body in upward/downward direction neglecting friction GO
Effort applied perpendicular to inclined plane to move the body in downward direction considering friction GO
Effort applied parallel to inclined plane to move the body in downward direction considering friction GO
Efficiency of inclined plane when effort applied to move the body in upward direction on inclined plane GO
Efficiency of inclined plane when effort applied horizontally to move the body in upward direction on inclined plane GO
Efficiency of inclined plane when effort applied parallel to move the body in upward direction on inclined plane GO
Efficiency of inclined plane when effort applied to move the body in downward direction on inclined plane GO
Efficiency of inclined plane when effort applied horizontally to move the body in downward direction on inclined plane GO
Efficiency of inclined plane when effort applied parallel to move the body in downward direction on inclined plane GO
Helix Angle GO
Helix Angle for single threaded screw GO
Helix Angle for multi-threaded screw GO
Force at circumference of the screw when weight of load, helix angle and coefficient of friction is known GO
Force at circumference of the screw when weight of load, helix angle and limiting angle is known GO
Mean radius of the collar GO
Torque required to overcome friction between screw and nut GO
Torque required to overcome friction at collar GO
Total torque required to overcome friction in rotating a screw GO
Force required to lower the load by a screw jack when weight of load, helix angle and coefficient of friction is known GO
Force required to lower the load by a screw jack when weight of load, helix angle and limiting angle is known GO
Torque required to overcome friction between screw and nut(lowering load) GO
Torque required to overcome friction between screw and nut(lowering load) GO
Efficiency of screw jack when only screw friction considered GO
Ideal effort to raise the load by screw jack GO
Efficiency of screw jack when screw friction as well as collar friction considered GO
Maximum efficiency of screw a jack GO
Pressure over bearing area of flat pivot bearing GO
Total frictional torque on flat pivot bearing considering uniform pressure GO
Total frictional torque on flat pivot bearing considering uniform wear GO
Total vertical load transmitted to conical pivot bearing (uniform pressure) GO
Total frictional torque on conical pivot bearing considering uniform pressure GO
Total frictional torque on conical pivot bearing considering uniform pressure when slant height of cone is given GO
Total frictional torque on conical pivot bearing considering uniform wear when slant height of cone GO
Total frictional torque on conical pivot bearing considering uniform wear GO
Total frictional torque on truncated conical pivot bearing considering uniform pressure GO
Total frictional torque on truncated conical pivot bearing considering uniform wear GO
Velocity ratio of belt drive GO
Velocity ratio of compound belt drive GO
Velocity ratio of compound belt drive GO
Velocity ratio of simple belt drive when thickness not considered GO
Velocity ratio of simple belt drive when thickness considered GO
Velocity ratio of belt when there's total percentage slip is given GO
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 open 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
Tension in the tight side of rope drive GO
Relation between pitch and pitch circle diameter of a chain drive GO
Circular pitch GO
Module GO
Diametral pitch in terms of circular pitch GO
Diametral Pitch GO
Tangential force on gear shaft GO
Normal force on gear shaft GO
Torque exerted on the gear shaft GO
Length of path of contact GO
Length of path of recess GO
Length of path of approach GO
Circular pitch GO
Length of arc of contact GO
Contact ratio GO
Radius of base circle of wheel GO
Radius of base circle of pinion GO
Maximum length of arc of approach GO
Maximum length of path of contact GO
Maximum length of path of recess GO
Maximum length of path of approach GO
Gear ratio GO
Gear ratio GO
Minimum number of teeth on the pinion in order to avoid interference GO
Minimum number of teeth on the pinion in order to avoid interference if pinion and wheel have equal teeth GO
Minimum number of teeth on the pinion in order to avoid interference GO
Minimum number of teeth on the wheel in order to avoid interference if pinion and wheel have equal teeth GO
Minimum number of teeth on the pinion in order to avoid interference in terms of addendum of wheels GO
Minimum number of teeth on a pinion for involute rack in order to avoid interference GO
Circular pitch for helical gears GO
Axial thrust on driven GO
Axial thrust on driver GO
Maximum efficiency of spiral gears GO
Efficiency of spiral gears GO
Efficiency of spiral gears GO
Work output on the driven GO
Work output on the driver GO
Force applied tangentially on the driver GO
Resisting force acting tangentially on the driven GO
Shaft angle GO
Train value GO
Train value GO
Velocity ratio GO
Train value of compound gear train GO
Speed ratio of compound gear train GO
Train value of compound gear train GO
Output torque or resisting or load torque on the driven member GO
Holding or braking or fixing torque on the fixed member GO
Holding or braking or fixing torque on the fixed member GO
Holding or braking or fixing torque on the fixed member GO
Output torque or resisting or load torque on the driven member GO
Accelerating torque on the rotating parts of the engine GO
Coefficient of Fluctuation of Energy GO
Mean linear velocity GO
Mean angular speed GO
Mean speed in r.p.m GO
Coefficient of Fluctuation of Speed for flywheel GO
Coefficient of Fluctuation of Speed for flywheel GO
Coefficient of Fluctuation of Speed for flywheel GO
Coefficient of Fluctuation of Speed for flywheel GO
Coefficient of Fluctuation of Speed for flywheel GO
Coefficient of Fluctuation of Speed for flywheel GO
Maximum Fluctuation of Energy GO
Hoop Stress in Flywheel GO
Centrifugal Stress GO
Maximum shear force required for punching GO
Work Done for Punching a Hole GO
Stroke of the Punch GO
Angle of Advance of the Eccentric GO
Crank Angle GO
Eccentricity or throw of eccentric GO
Displacement of the valve from its mid-position GO
Steam Lap at Admission and Cutoff GO
Exhaust Lap GO
Centrifugal force acting on the ball When Weight of Ball is Given GO
Height of the watt governor GO
Force in the arm (porter governor) when weight of central load and ball are given GO
Force in the arm (porter governor) when mass of central load and ball are given GO
Force in the arm (porter governor) when force in the link is known GO
Force in the link (porter governor) when mass of central load is known GO
Force in the link (porter governor) when weight of central load is known GO
Force in the arm (porter governor) when centrifugal force on ball is given GO
Angle of inclination of the arm to the vertical (porter governor) GO
Ratio of length of arm to the length of link GO
Height of the governor (porter governor, q=1) GO
Height of the governor (porter governor) GO
Speed of the ball in rpm (porter governor) when the length of arms are equal to the length of links GO
Lift of the sleeve at minimum radius of rotation(Hartnell governor) GO
Lift of the sleeve at maximum radius of rotation(Hartnell governor) GO
Total lift of the sleeve(Hartnell governor) when maximum and the minimum lift is known GO
Total lift of the sleeve(Hartnell governor) GO
Stiffness of the spring (Hartnell governor) when the total lift is given GO
Stiffness of the spring or the force required to compress the spring by one mm(Hartnell governor) GO
Stiffness of the spring when centrifugal force when min and max radius is known(Hartnell governor) GO
Stiffness of the spring when centrifugal force at minimum radius is known(Hartnell governor) GO
Stiffness of the spring when centrifugal force at maximum radius is known(Hartnell governor) GO
Centrifugal force at minimum radius of rotation GO
Centrifugal force at maximum radius of rotation GO
The centrifugal force for any intermediate position (Hartnell governor) GO
The centrifugal force for any intermediate position (Hartnell governor) GO
Centrifugal force for Hartung governor GO
Total downward force on the sleeve in wilson-hartnell governor GO
Centrifugal force on each ball for wilson-hartnell governor GO
Centrifugal force at minimum equilibrium speed on each ball for wilson-hartnell governor GO
Centrifugal force at maximum equilibrium speed on each ball for wilson-hartnell governor GO
Stiffness of each ball spring GO
Deflection of the center of the leaf spring in pickering governor GO
Deflection of the center of the leaf spring in pickering governor GO
Moment of inertia of pickering governor cross-section about the neutral axis GO
Lift of the sleeve corresponding to the deflection GO
Centrifugal force for pickering governor GO
Sensitiveness of the governor when angular speed in r.p.m is given GO
Sensitiveness of the governor when angular speed in r.p.m is given GO
Sensitiveness of the governor when angular speed is given GO
Sensitiveness of the governor when angular speed is given GO
Effort of a porter governor(if angle made by upper and lower arms are equal) GO
Power of a porter governor(if angle made by upper and lower arms are equal) GO
Power of a porter governor(if angle made by upper and lower arms are not equal) GO
Controlling force for porter governor GO
Controlling force for porter governor GO
Speed of the rotation in rpm GO
Angle b/w the axis of radius of rotation and line joining a point on the curve to the origin O GO
Net increase in speed of porter governor GO
Sleeve load for increase in speed value (taking friction into account) GO
Sleeve load for decrease in speed value (taking friction into account) GO
Value of Controlling force for decrease in speed GO
Value of Controlling force for increase in speed GO
Corresponding radial force required at each ball for the porter governor GO
Corresponding radial force required at each ball for spring loaded governors GO
Coefficient of insensitiveness GO
Coefficient of insensitiveness GO
Coefficient of insensitiveness when lower arm is not attached on the governor axis(Porter governor) GO
Coefficient of insensitiveness when all the arms of porter governor are attached to governor axis GO
Coefficient of insensitiveness for porter governor(if angle made by upper and lower arm are equal) GO
Coefficient of insensitiveness for porter governor(if angle made by upper & lower arm aren't equal) GO
Coefficient of insensitiveness for the Hartnell governor GO
Mean equilibrium angular speed GO
Mean equilibrium speed in r.p.m GO
Lift of the sleeve for porter governor (if angle made by upper and lower arms are not equal) GO
Governor power GO
Increased speed GO
Effort of a porter governor(if angle made by upper and lower arms are not equal) GO
Lift of the sleeve for porter governor (if angle made by upper and lower arms are equal) GO
Angle b/w the axis of radius of rotation and line joining a point on the curve to the origin O GO
The relation between the controlling force and the radius of rotation for isochronous governors GO
The relation b/w controlling force and radius of rotation for stability of governor GO
The relation b/w controlling force and radius of rotation for the unstability of governor GO
Braking torque of shoe brake if line of action of tangential force passes below fulcrum(clockwise) GO
Normal force for shoe brake if line of action of tangential force passes below fulcrum(anticlock) GO
Normal force for shoe brake if line of action of tangential force passes below fulcrum(clockwise) GO
Braking torque of shoe brake if line of action of tangential force passes above fulcrum(clockwise) GO
Normal force for shoe brake if line of action of tangential force passes above fulcrum(clockwise) GO
Braking torque for shoe brake when force applied at the end of lever is known GO
Normal force pressing the brake block on the wheel(shoe brake) GO
Tangential braking force acting at the contact surface of the block and the wheel for shoe brake GO
Braking torque on the drum for simple band brake(neglecting thickness of band) GO
Braking torque on the drum for simple band brake(considering thickness of band) GO
Force on the lever of simple band brake for clockwise rotation of the drum GO
Force on the lever of simple band brake for anticlockwise rotation of the drum GO
Tension in the tight side of the band for simple band brake if permissible tensile stress is given GO
Tension in the band between the first and second block for band and block brake GO
Tension in the tight side for band and block brake GO
Braking torque for band and block brake(considering thickness of band) GO
Braking torque for band and block brake(Neglecting thickness of band) GO
Retardation of the vehicle if the vehicle moves down the plane(brake applied to rear wheels only) GO
Total normal reaction b/w ground and rear wheels(when α=0)(brake applied to rear wheels only) GO
Total normal reaction b/w ground and front wheels(when α=0)(brake applied to rear wheels only) GO
Tangential braking force if normal force pressing the brake block on the wheel is known GO
Total normal reaction between the ground and the rear wheels(brake applied to front wheels only) GO
Total normal reaction between the ground and the front wheels(brake applied to front wheels only) GO
Maximum braking force acting at the front wheels(when brakes are applied to front wheels only) GO
Total braking force acting at the front wheels(when brakes are applied to front wheels only) GO

## What is the function of governor in Tom?

The governor automatically controls the supply of working fluid to the engine with the varying load conditions and keeps the mean speed within certain limits.

## How to Calculate Centrifugal Force Acting on the Ball When Mass of Ball is Given?

Centrifugal Force Acting on the Ball When Mass of Ball is Given calculator uses Centrifugal force=(Mass of ball*Acceleration Due To Gravity*Radius of the path of rotation of the ball)/Height of the governor to calculate the Centrifugal force, Centrifugal Force Acting on the Ball When Mass of Ball is Given is the apparent outward force on a mass when it is rotated. Centrifugal force and is denoted by Fc symbol.

How to calculate Centrifugal Force Acting on the Ball When Mass of Ball is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Centrifugal Force Acting on the Ball When Mass of Ball is Given, enter Acceleration Due To Gravity (g), Radius of the path of rotation of the ball (r), Height of the governor (h) and Mass of ball (m) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Centrifugal Force Acting on the Ball When Mass of Ball is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 215.6 = (10*9.8*22)/10.

### FAQ

What is Centrifugal Force Acting on the Ball When Mass of Ball is Given?
Centrifugal Force Acting on the Ball When Mass of Ball is Given is the apparent outward force on a mass when it is rotated and is represented as Fc=(m*g*r)/h or Centrifugal force=(Mass of ball*Acceleration Due To Gravity*Radius of the path of rotation of the ball)/Height of the governor . The Acceleration Due To Gravity is acceleration gained by an object because of gravitational force, Radius of the path of rotation of the ball is the horizontal distance from the centre of the ball to the spindle axis in metres, Height of the governor in metres and Mass of ball in kilograms. Mass is the amount of "matter" in an object.
How to calculate Centrifugal Force Acting on the Ball When Mass of Ball is Given?
Centrifugal Force Acting on the Ball When Mass of Ball is Given is the apparent outward force on a mass when it is rotated is calculated using Centrifugal force=(Mass of ball*Acceleration Due To Gravity*Radius of the path of rotation of the ball)/Height of the governor . To calculate Centrifugal Force Acting on the Ball When Mass of Ball is Given, you need Acceleration Due To Gravity (g), Radius of the path of rotation of the ball (r), Height of the governor (h) and Mass of ball (m). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Acceleration Due To Gravity, Radius of the path of rotation of the ball, Height of the governor and Mass of ball 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 Centrifugal force?
In this formula, Centrifugal force uses Acceleration Due To Gravity, Radius of the path of rotation of the ball, Height of the governor and Mass of ball. We can use 6 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
• Centrifugal force=(Weight of the ball *Radius of the path of rotation of the ball)/Height of the governor