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Tension on tight side when centrifugal tension is taken in account
Total tension in the tight side=Centrifugal tension of belt+((Total tension in the slack side-Centrifugal tension of belt)*(e^(Coefficient of Friction*Angle of contact))) GO
Initial tension in the belt
Initial tension of the belt=(Tensions in the tight side of belt+Tensions in the slack side of belt+(2*Centrifugal tension of belt))/2 GO
Tension on tight side when centrifugal tension is taken in account
Total tension in the tight side=Tensions in the tight side of belt+Centrifugal tension of belt GO
Tension on slack side when centrifugal tension is taken in account
Total tension in the slack side=Tensions in the slack side of belt+Centrifugal tension of belt GO

## < 1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Maximum tension of belt
Maximum tension of belt = Maximum safe stress*Width of the belt*Thickness of the belt GO

### Maximum tension for transmission of maximum power by a belt Formula

Maximum tension of belt =3*Centrifugal tension of belt
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## What is centrifugal tension?

It supplies tension to engine belts. When functioning the entire system properly keeps the vehicle running smoothly, but if any one part of the system fails, it could affect the alternator. Subsequently, the battery, the engine, and the car could break down.

## What is belt tension and why is it important?

This centrifugal force reduces the pressure between the belt and the rim of the pulleys, and thus, move the belt away from the pulley and reduce the wrap angle. Therefore, the belt tensions and power transmission also are reduced.

## How to Calculate Maximum tension for transmission of maximum power by a belt?

Maximum tension for transmission of maximum power by a belt calculator uses Maximum tension of belt =3*Centrifugal tension of belt to calculate the Maximum tension of belt , Maximum tension for transmission of maximum power by a belt is determined by measuring the force to deflect the belt a given distance per inch of pulley. Maximum tension of belt and is denoted by T symbol.

How to calculate Maximum tension for transmission of maximum power by a belt using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Maximum tension for transmission of maximum power by a belt, enter Centrifugal tension of belt (Tc) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Maximum tension for transmission of maximum power by a belt calculation can be explained with given input values -> 36 = 3*12.

### FAQ

What is Maximum tension for transmission of maximum power by a belt?
Maximum tension for transmission of maximum power by a belt is determined by measuring the force to deflect the belt a given distance per inch of pulley and is represented as T=3*Tc or Maximum tension of belt =3*Centrifugal tension of belt. Centrifugal tension of belt is the tension caused by centrifugal force.
How to calculate Maximum tension for transmission of maximum power by a belt?
Maximum tension for transmission of maximum power by a belt is determined by measuring the force to deflect the belt a given distance per inch of pulley is calculated using Maximum tension of belt =3*Centrifugal tension of belt. To calculate Maximum tension for transmission of maximum power by a belt, you need Centrifugal tension of belt (Tc). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Centrifugal tension of belt 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 Maximum tension of belt ?
In this formula, Maximum tension of belt uses Centrifugal tension of belt. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
• Maximum tension of belt = Maximum safe stress*Width of the belt*Thickness of the belt
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