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Tire Penetration Factor when Rolling Resistance is Given
Tire penetration factor=(Rolling Resistance-Rolling resistance factor*Weight on wheels)/(Tire penetration*Weight on wheels) GO
Rolling Resistance to the Motion of Wheeled Vehicles
Rolling Resistance=(Rolling resistance factor*Weight on wheels)+(Tire penetration factor*Tire penetration*Weight on wheels) GO
Tire Penetration when Rolling Resistance is Given
Tire penetration=(Rolling Resistance-Rolling resistance factor*Weight on wheels)/(Tire penetration factor*Weight on wheels) GO
Rolling Resistance Factor when Rolling Resistance is Given
Rolling resistance factor=(Rolling Resistance-Tire penetration*Tire penetration factor*Weight on wheels)/Weight on wheels GO
Total Road Resistance when Rolling Resistance and Grade Resistance is Given
Total road resistance=((0.02+0.015*Tire penetration+0.01*Percent grade)*Weight on wheels) GO
Grade Resistance Factor when Grade Resistance for Motion on a Slope is Given
Grade resistance factor =(Grade resistance/(Percent grade*Weight on wheels)) GO
Percent Grade when Grade Resistance for Motion on a Slope is Given
Percent grade=(Grade resistance/(Grade resistance factor *Weight on wheels)) GO
Grade Resistance for Motion on a Slope
Grade resistance=Grade resistance factor *Percent grade*Weight on wheels GO
Rolling Resistance when Rolling Resistance Factor is Two Percent
Rolling Resistance=(0.02+0.015*Tire penetration)*Weight on wheels GO
Usable Pull to Overcome Loss of Power with Altitude
Usable pull=(Coefficient of traction*Weight on wheels) GO
Weight on Drivers when Usable Pull is Given
Weight on wheels=(Usable pull/Coefficient of traction) GO

Coefficient of Traction when Usable Pull is Given Formula

Coefficient of traction=(Usable pull/Weight on wheels)
f=(P/W)
More formulas
Rolling Resistance to the Motion of Wheeled Vehicles GO
Rolling Resistance Factor when Rolling Resistance is Given GO
Weight on Wheels when Rolling Resistance is Given GO
Tire Penetration Factor when Rolling Resistance is Given GO
Tire Penetration when Rolling Resistance is Given GO
Rolling Resistance when Rolling Resistance Factor is Two Percent GO
Grade Resistance for Motion on a Slope GO
Grade Resistance Factor when Grade Resistance for Motion on a Slope is Given GO
Weight on Wheels when Grade Resistance for Motion on a Slope is Given GO
Percent Grade when Grade Resistance for Motion on a Slope is Given GO
Total Road Resistance when Rolling Resistance and Grade Resistance is Given GO
Weight on Wheels when Total Road Resistance is Given GO
Usable Pull to Overcome Loss of Power with Altitude GO
Weight on Drivers when Usable Pull is Given GO

What is coefficient of traction ?

Traction can also refer to the maximum tractive force between a body and a surface, as limited by available friction; when this is the case, traction is often expressed as the ratio of the maximum tractive force to the normal force and is termed the coefficient of traction (similar to coefficient of friction).

How to Calculate Coefficient of Traction when Usable Pull is Given?

Coefficient of Traction when Usable Pull is Given calculator uses Coefficient of traction=(Usable pull/Weight on wheels) to calculate the Coefficient of traction, The Coefficient of Traction when Usable Pull is Given calculates the ratio of the maximum tractive force to the normal force . Coefficient of traction and is denoted by f symbol.

How to calculate Coefficient of Traction when Usable Pull is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Coefficient of Traction when Usable Pull is Given, enter Usable pull (P) and Weight on wheels (W) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Coefficient of Traction when Usable Pull is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1 = (20/20).

FAQ

What is Coefficient of Traction when Usable Pull is Given?
The Coefficient of Traction when Usable Pull is Given calculates the ratio of the maximum tractive force to the normal force and is represented as f=(P/W) or Coefficient of traction=(Usable pull/Weight on wheels). Usable pull is a physical force or an attraction that makes somebody move in a particular direction and Weight on wheels is the weight of an equipment is resting on its wheels.
How to calculate Coefficient of Traction when Usable Pull is Given?
The Coefficient of Traction when Usable Pull is Given calculates the ratio of the maximum tractive force to the normal force is calculated using Coefficient of traction=(Usable pull/Weight on wheels). To calculate Coefficient of Traction when Usable Pull is Given, you need Usable pull (P) and Weight on wheels (W). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Usable pull and Weight on wheels and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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