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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

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
Total torque required to overcome friction in rotating a screw
Torque=(Weight of Load*tan(Helix Angle+Limiting angle of friction)*Mean diameter of Screw/2)+(Coefficient of friction for collar*Weight of Load*Mean radius of collar) 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
Torque required to overcome friction between screw and nut
Torque=Weight of Load*tan(Helix Angle+Limiting angle of friction)*Mean diameter of Screw/2 GO
Roll Separating Force
Roll Separating Force =Length*Width*(1+Coefficient of Friction*Length/2*Height) GO
Mechanical Efficiency
Efficiency =Induced voltage*Armature Current/Angular Speed*Torque GO
Force required to lower the load by a screw jack when weight of load, helix angle and limiting angle is known
Force=Weight of Load*tan(Limiting angle of friction-Helix Angle) GO
Force at circumference of the screw when weight of load, helix angle and limiting angle is known
Force=Weight of Load*tan(Helix Angle+Limiting angle of friction) GO
Power Generated When Torque is Given
Power=Angular Speed*Torque GO

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Load When Torque Required in Lifting a Load with Acme Screw Thread is Given
Force=Torque/(0.5*Mean diameter of screw*((Coefficient of Friction*sec((14.5*pi/180))+tan(Helix Angle*pi/180))/(1-Coefficient of Friction*sec((14.5*pi/180))*tan(Helix Angle*pi/180)))) GO
Load When Torque Required in Lifting a Load with Trapezoidal Screw Thread is Given
Force=Torque/(0.5*Mean diameter of screw*((Coefficient of Friction*sec((15*pi/180))+tan(Helix Angle*pi/180))/(1-Coefficient of Friction*sec((15*pi/180))*tan(Helix Angle*pi/180)))) GO
Load When Effort Required in Lifting a Load with Acme Screw Thread is Given
Force=Effort/((Coefficient of Friction*sec((14.5*pi/180))+tan(Helix Angle*pi/180))/(1-Coefficient of Friction*sec((14.5*pi/180))*tan(Helix Angle*pi/180))) GO
Load When Effort Required in Lifting a Load with Trapezoidal Screw Thread is Given
Force=Effort/((Coefficient of Friction*sec((15*pi/180))+tan(Helix Angle))/(1-Coefficient of Friction*sec((15*pi/180))*tan(Helix Angle))) GO
Load When Torque Required in Lowering a Load is Given
Force=Torque/(0.5*Mean diameter of screw*((Coefficient of Friction-tan(Helix Angle))/(1+Coefficient of Friction*tan(Helix Angle)))) GO
Load When Effort Required in Lowering Load is Given
Force=Effort/((Coefficient of Friction-tan(Helix Angle))/(1+Coefficient of Friction*tan(Helix Angle))) GO
Load When Effort in Lifting is Given
Force=Effort/((Coefficient of Friction+tan(Helix Angle))/(1-Coefficient of Friction*tan(Helix Angle))) GO
Load in terms of lengths and effort
Force=Length of effort arm*Effort/Length of load arm GO
Netload on the brake for rope brake dynamometer
Force=(Dead load-Spring balance reading) GO
Load lifted if effort and mechanical advantage is known
Force=Mechanical advantage*Effort GO
Load on the brass/steel
Force=Stress*Area GO

Load When Torque is Given Formula

Force=(2*Torque*((Coefficient of Friction+tan(Helix Angle))/(1-Coefficient of Friction*tan(Helix Angle))))/Mean diameter of screw
F=(2*τ*((μ+tan(α))/(1-μ*tan(α))))/d<sub>mean</sub>
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Effort Required in Lifting a load using Screw GO
Load When Effort in Lifting is Given GO
Helix angle When Effort is Given GO
Coefficient of Friction When Effort is Given GO
Torque Required When Effort is Given GO
Effort When Torque is Given GO
Mean Diameter When Torque is Given GO
Torque When Load on the Screw is Given GO
Helix angle When Torque is Given GO
Coefficient of Friction When Torque is Given GO

Define Torque?

Torque is a measure of the force that can cause an object to rotate about an axis. Just as force is what causes an object to accelerate in linear kinematics, torque is what causes an object to acquire angular acceleration. Torque is a vector quantity.

How to Calculate Load When Torque is Given?

Load When Torque is Given calculator uses Force=(2*Torque*((Coefficient of Friction+tan(Helix Angle))/(1-Coefficient of Friction*tan(Helix Angle))))/Mean diameter of screw to calculate the Force, The Load When Torque is Given formula is defined as a heavy or a bulky object that requires effort to move or lift the load. Effort is an applied force to bring desired change to the position (push or lift) of the load. It acts vertically downwards. Force and is denoted by F symbol.

How to calculate Load When Torque is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Load When Torque is Given, enter Torque (τ), Coefficient of Friction (μ), Helix Angle (α) and Mean diameter of screw (dmean) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Load When Torque is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 7323.572 = (2*50*((0.2+tan(30))/(1-0.2*tan(30))))/0.012.

FAQ

What is Load When Torque is Given?
The Load When Torque is Given formula is defined as a heavy or a bulky object that requires effort to move or lift the load. Effort is an applied force to bring desired change to the position (push or lift) of the load. It acts vertically downwards and is represented as F=(2*τ*((μ+tan(α))/(1-μ*tan(α))))/dmean or Force=(2*Torque*((Coefficient of Friction+tan(Helix Angle))/(1-Coefficient of Friction*tan(Helix Angle))))/Mean diameter of screw. Torque is described as the turning effect of force on the axis of rotation. In brief, it is a moment of force. It is characterized by τ, 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. , Helix Angle denotes the standard pitch circle unless otherwise specified. Application of the helix angle typically employs a magnitude ranging from 15° to 30° for helical gears, with 45° capping the safe operation limit and Mean diameter of screw is the average diameter of the bearing surface.
How to calculate Load When Torque is Given?
The Load When Torque is Given formula is defined as a heavy or a bulky object that requires effort to move or lift the load. Effort is an applied force to bring desired change to the position (push or lift) of the load. It acts vertically downwards is calculated using Force=(2*Torque*((Coefficient of Friction+tan(Helix Angle))/(1-Coefficient of Friction*tan(Helix Angle))))/Mean diameter of screw. To calculate Load When Torque is Given, you need Torque (τ), Coefficient of Friction (μ), Helix Angle (α) and Mean diameter of screw (dmean). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Torque, Coefficient of Friction, Helix Angle 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 Force?
In this formula, Force uses Torque, Coefficient of Friction, Helix Angle and Mean diameter of screw. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Force=(Dead load-Spring balance reading)
  • Force=Stress*Area
  • Force=Mechanical advantage*Effort
  • Force=Effort/((Coefficient of Friction+tan(Helix Angle))/(1-Coefficient of Friction*tan(Helix Angle)))
  • Force=Effort/((Coefficient of Friction-tan(Helix Angle))/(1+Coefficient of Friction*tan(Helix Angle)))
  • Force=Torque/(0.5*Mean diameter of screw*((Coefficient of Friction-tan(Helix Angle))/(1+Coefficient of Friction*tan(Helix Angle))))
  • Force=Effort/((Coefficient of Friction*sec((15*pi/180))+tan(Helix Angle))/(1-Coefficient of Friction*sec((15*pi/180))*tan(Helix Angle)))
  • Force=Torque/(0.5*Mean diameter of screw*((Coefficient of Friction*sec((15*pi/180))+tan(Helix Angle*pi/180))/(1-Coefficient of Friction*sec((15*pi/180))*tan(Helix Angle*pi/180))))
  • Force=Torque/(0.5*Mean diameter of screw*((Coefficient of Friction*sec((14.5*pi/180))+tan(Helix Angle*pi/180))/(1-Coefficient of Friction*sec((14.5*pi/180))*tan(Helix Angle*pi/180))))
  • Force=Effort/((Coefficient of Friction*sec((14.5*pi/180))+tan(Helix Angle*pi/180))/(1-Coefficient of Friction*sec((14.5*pi/180))*tan(Helix Angle*pi/180)))
  • Force=Length of effort arm*Effort/Length of load arm
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