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Peripheral velocity of the blade at the exit corresponding to diameter Formula

Peripheral velocity at exit=pi*Speed*Diameter /60
u<sub>2</sub>=pi*N*d/60
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What is Peripheral velocity?

Peripheral velocity is defined as the speed that a point in the circumference moves per second. It has both magnitude and direction.

How to Calculate Peripheral velocity of the blade at the exit corresponding to diameter?

Peripheral velocity of the blade at the exit corresponding to diameter calculator uses Peripheral velocity at exit=pi*Speed*Diameter /60 to calculate the Peripheral velocity at exit, The Peripheral velocity of the blade at the exit corresponding to diameter formula is defined as the π times the product of speed of rotor and diameter, divided by 60. Peripheral velocity at exit and is denoted by u2 symbol.

How to calculate Peripheral velocity of the blade at the exit corresponding to diameter using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Peripheral velocity of the blade at the exit corresponding to diameter, enter Speed (N) and Diameter (d) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Peripheral velocity of the blade at the exit corresponding to diameter calculation can be explained with given input values -> 5.483114 = pi*10.4719755119667*10/60.

FAQ

What is Peripheral velocity of the blade at the exit corresponding to diameter?
The Peripheral velocity of the blade at the exit corresponding to diameter formula is defined as the π times the product of speed of rotor and diameter, divided by 60 and is represented as u2=pi*N*d/60 or Peripheral velocity at exit=pi*Speed*Diameter /60. Speed of a machine/body in rpm and Diameter is a straight line passing from side to side through the center of a body or figure, especially a circle or sphere.
How to calculate Peripheral velocity of the blade at the exit corresponding to diameter?
The Peripheral velocity of the blade at the exit corresponding to diameter formula is defined as the π times the product of speed of rotor and diameter, divided by 60 is calculated using Peripheral velocity at exit=pi*Speed*Diameter /60. To calculate Peripheral velocity of the blade at the exit corresponding to diameter, you need Speed (N) and Diameter (d). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Speed and Diameter 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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