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Scraper Cycle Time when Number of Scrapers a Pusher can Load is Given
Scraper cycle time=(Number of scraper*Pusher cycle time) GO
Pusher Cycle Time when Number of Scrapers a Pusher can Load is Given
Pusher cycle time=(Scraper cycle time/Number of scraper) GO

Number of Scrapers a Pusher can Load Formula

Number of scraper=(Scraper cycle time/Pusher cycle time)
N=(T<sub>s</sub>/T<sub>p</sub>)
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What is scrapers ?

Scraper, in engineering, machine for moving earth over short distances (up to about two miles) over relatively smooth areas. Either self-propelled or towed, it consists of a wagon with a gate having a bladed bottom. The blade scrapes up earth as the wagon pushes forward and forces the excavated material into the wagon.

How to Calculate Number of Scrapers a Pusher can Load?

Number of Scrapers a Pusher can Load calculator uses Number of scraper=(Scraper cycle time/Pusher cycle time) to calculate the Number of scraper, The Number of Scrapers a Pusher can Load calculates the scraper number when scraper and pusher cycle time is known. Number of scraper and is denoted by N symbol.

How to calculate Number of Scrapers a Pusher can Load using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Number of Scrapers a Pusher can Load, enter Scraper cycle time (Ts) and Pusher cycle time (Tp) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Number of Scrapers a Pusher can Load calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1.666667 = (300/180).

FAQ

What is Number of Scrapers a Pusher can Load?
The Number of Scrapers a Pusher can Load calculates the scraper number when scraper and pusher cycle time is known and is represented as N=(Ts/Tp) or Number of scraper=(Scraper cycle time/Pusher cycle time). Scraper cycle time is estimated by adding the fixed times to load, dumps, and turn around and Pusher cycle time consists of maneuver time and load time.
How to calculate Number of Scrapers a Pusher can Load?
The Number of Scrapers a Pusher can Load calculates the scraper number when scraper and pusher cycle time is known is calculated using Number of scraper=(Scraper cycle time/Pusher cycle time). To calculate Number of Scrapers a Pusher can Load, you need Scraper cycle time (Ts) and Pusher cycle time (Tp). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Scraper cycle time and Pusher cycle time 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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