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Helix angle When Torque is Given
Helix Angle=atan((2*Torque-Force*Mean diameter of screw*Coefficient of Friction)/(2*Torque*Coefficient of Friction+Force*Mean diameter of screw)) GO
Coefficient of Friction When Torque is Given
Coefficient of Friction=(2*Torque-(Force*Mean diameter of screw*tan(Helix Angle)))/(Force*Mean diameter of screw+2*Torque*tan(Helix Angle)) GO
Torque When Load on the Screw is Given
Torque=(Force*Mean diameter of screw/2)*((Coefficient of Friction+tan(Helix Angle))/(1-Coefficient of Friction*tan(Helix Angle))) GO
Load When Torque is Given
Force=(2*Torque*((Coefficient of Friction+tan(Helix Angle))/(1-Coefficient of Friction*tan(Helix Angle))))/Mean diameter of screw GO
Nominal Diameter of Power Screw When Mean DIameter is Given
Equivalent/Nominal Diameter of Particle=Mean diameter of screw+(0.5*Pitch) GO
Pitch of the Screw When Mean Diameter is Given
Pitch=(Equivalent/Nominal Diameter of Particle-Mean diameter of screw)/0.5 GO
Mean diameter of Screw When Helix Angle is Given
Mean diameter of screw=Lead of Screw/(pi*tan(Helix Angle)) GO
Lead of Screw When Helix angle is Given
Lead of Screw=tan(Helix Angle)*pi*Mean diameter of screw GO
Helix Angle
Helix Angle=atan(Lead of Screw/Circumference of Screw) GO
Torque Required When Effort is Given
Torque=Effort*Mean diameter of screw/2 GO
Effort When Torque is Given
Effort=2*Torque/Mean diameter of screw GO

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Helix Angle When Torque Required in Lifting a Load With Acme Screw Thread is Given
Helix Angle=atan((2*Torque-Force*Mean diameter of screw*Coefficient of Friction*sec(14.5*pi/180))/(Force*Mean diameter of screw+2*Torque*Coefficient of Friction*sec(14.5*pi/180))) GO
Helix Angle When Torque Required in Lifting a Load With Trapezoidal Screw Thread is Given
Helix Angle=atan((2*Torque-Force*Mean diameter of screw*Coefficient of Friction*sec(15*pi/180))/(Force*Mean diameter of screw+2*Torque*Coefficient of Friction*sec(15*pi/180))) GO
Helix Angle When Torque Required in Lowering a Load is Given
Helix Angle=atan((Coefficient of Friction*Force*Mean diameter of screw-(2*Torque))/(2*Torque*Coefficient of Friction+(Force*Mean diameter of screw))) GO
Helix angle When Torque is Given
Helix Angle=atan((2*Torque-Force*Mean diameter of screw*Coefficient of Friction)/(2*Torque*Coefficient of Friction+Force*Mean diameter of screw)) GO
Helix Angle When Effort Required in Lifting a Load with Acme Screw Thread is Given
Helix Angle=atan((Effort-Force*Coefficient of Friction*sec(14.5*pi/180))/(Force+Effort*Coefficient of Friction*sec(14.5*pi/180))) GO
Helix Angle When Effort Required in Lifting a Load with Trapezoidal Screw Thread is Given
Helix Angle=atan((Effort-Force*Coefficient of Friction*sec(15*pi/180))/(Force+(Effort*Coefficient of Friction*sec(15*pi/180)))) GO
Helix Angle When Effort Required in Lowering load is Given
Helix Angle=atan((Force*Coefficient of Friction-Effort)/(Coefficient of Friction*Effort+Force)) GO
Helix angle When Effort is Given
Helix Angle=atan((Effort-Force*Coefficient of Friction)/(Effort*Coefficient of Friction+Force)) GO
Helix Angle for multi-threaded screw
Helix Angle=atan((Number of Threads*Pitch)/(pi*Mean diameter of Screw)) GO
Helix Angle
Helix Angle=atan(Lead of Screw/Circumference of Screw) GO
Helix Angle for single threaded screw
Helix Angle=atan(Pitch/(pi*Mean diameter of Screw)) GO

Helix Angle of Thread Formula

Helix Angle=atan(Lead of Screw/(pi*Mean diameter of screw))
α=atan(L/(pi*d<sub>mean</sub>))
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Core Diameter of Power Screw GO
Nominal Diameter of Power Screw GO
Pitch of Power Screw GO
Mean Diameter of Power Screw GO
Nominal Diameter of Power Screw When Mean DIameter is Given GO
Pitch of the Screw When Mean Diameter is Given GO
Mean diameter of Screw When Helix Angle is Given GO
Lead of Screw When Helix angle is Given GO
Efficiency of Square Threaded Screw GO
Coefficient of Friction When Efficiency of Square Threaded Screw is Given GO
Maximum Efficiency of Square Threaded Screw GO
Lead of the Screw When Overall Efficiency is Given GO
External Torque Required to Raise The Load in Terms of Efficiency GO
load When Overall Efficiency is Given GO
Overall Efficiency of a Power Screw GO

Define Helix angle?

In mechanical engineering, a helix angle is the angle between any helix and an axial line on its right, circular cylinder or cone. Common applications are screws, helical gears, and worm gears. Naturally, the helix angle is the geometric complement of the lead angle. The helix angle is measured in degrees.

How to Calculate Helix Angle of Thread?

Helix Angle of Thread calculator uses Helix Angle=atan(Lead of Screw/(pi*Mean diameter of screw)) to calculate the Helix Angle, The Helix Angle of Thread formula is defined as the angle between any helix and an axial line on its right, circular cylinder or cone. Common applications are screws, helical gears, and worm gears. Helix Angle and is denoted by α symbol.

How to calculate Helix Angle of Thread using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Helix Angle of Thread, enter Lead of Screw (L) and Mean diameter of screw (dmean) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Helix Angle of Thread calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1.567026 = atan(10/(pi*0.012)).

FAQ

What is Helix Angle of Thread?
The Helix Angle of Thread formula is defined as the angle between any helix and an axial line on its right, circular cylinder or cone. Common applications are screws, helical gears, and worm gears and is represented as α=atan(L/(pi*dmean)) or Helix Angle=atan(Lead of Screw/(pi*Mean diameter of screw)). Lead of Screw is the linear travel the nut makes per one screw revolution and is how ball screws are typically specified and Mean diameter of screw is the average diameter of the bearing surface.
How to calculate Helix Angle of Thread?
The Helix Angle of Thread formula is defined as the angle between any helix and an axial line on its right, circular cylinder or cone. Common applications are screws, helical gears, and worm gears is calculated using Helix Angle=atan(Lead of Screw/(pi*Mean diameter of screw)). To calculate Helix Angle of Thread, you need Lead of Screw (L) and Mean diameter of screw (dmean). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Lead of Screw and Mean diameter of screw 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 Helix Angle?
In this formula, Helix Angle uses Lead of Screw and Mean diameter of screw. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Helix Angle=atan(Lead of Screw/Circumference of Screw)
  • Helix Angle=atan(Pitch/(pi*Mean diameter of Screw))
  • Helix Angle=atan((Number of Threads*Pitch)/(pi*Mean diameter of Screw))
  • Helix Angle=atan((Effort-Force*Coefficient of Friction)/(Effort*Coefficient of Friction+Force))
  • Helix Angle=atan((2*Torque-Force*Mean diameter of screw*Coefficient of Friction)/(2*Torque*Coefficient of Friction+Force*Mean diameter of screw))
  • Helix Angle=atan((Force*Coefficient of Friction-Effort)/(Coefficient of Friction*Effort+Force))
  • Helix Angle=atan((Coefficient of Friction*Force*Mean diameter of screw-(2*Torque))/(2*Torque*Coefficient of Friction+(Force*Mean diameter of screw)))
  • Helix Angle=atan((Effort-Force*Coefficient of Friction*sec(15*pi/180))/(Force+(Effort*Coefficient of Friction*sec(15*pi/180))))
  • Helix Angle=atan((2*Torque-Force*Mean diameter of screw*Coefficient of Friction*sec(15*pi/180))/(Force*Mean diameter of screw+2*Torque*Coefficient of Friction*sec(15*pi/180)))
  • Helix Angle=atan((2*Torque-Force*Mean diameter of screw*Coefficient of Friction*sec(14.5*pi/180))/(Force*Mean diameter of screw+2*Torque*Coefficient of Friction*sec(14.5*pi/180)))
  • Helix Angle=atan((Effort-Force*Coefficient of Friction*sec(14.5*pi/180))/(Force+Effort*Coefficient of Friction*sec(14.5*pi/180)))
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