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Max acceleration of follower for tangent cam with roller follower(contact with straight flanks)
Maximum acceleration=(Angular velocity of the cam^2)*(Radius of the base circle+Radius of the roller)*((2-((cos(Angle turned by the cam for contact of roller ))^2))/((cos(Angle turned by the cam for contact of roller ))^3)) GO
Acceleration of the follower for tangent cam with roller follower(contact with straight flanks)
Acceleration=(Angular velocity of the cam^2)*(Radius of the base circle+Radius of the roller)*((2-((cos(Angle turned by cam from beginning of roller))^2))/((cos(Angle turned by cam from beginning of roller))^3)) GO
Max velocity of the follower for tangent cam with roller follower(contact with straight flanks)
Maximum velocity=Angular velocity of the cam*(Radius of the base circle+Radius of the roller)*(sin(Angle turned by the cam for contact of roller )/((cos(Angle turned by the cam for contact of roller ))^2)) GO
Velocity of the follower for tangent cam with roller follower(contact with straight flanks)
Velocity=Angular velocity of the cam*(Radius of the base circle+Radius of the roller)*(sin(Angle turned by cam from beginning of roller)/((cos(Angle turned by cam from beginning of roller))^2)) GO
Displacement of roller for tangent cam with roller follower(contact with straight flanks)
Displacement=(Radius of the base circle+Radius of the roller)*((1-cos(Angle turned by cam from beginning of roller))/cos(Angle turned by cam from beginning of roller)) GO
Min acceleration of follower for tangent cam with roller follower(contact with straight flanks)
Acceleration=(Angular velocity of the cam^2)*(Radius of the base circle+Radius of the roller) GO
Distance b/w roller center and nose center of tangent cam with roller follower(contact with nose)
Distance b/w roller centre and nose centre=Radius of the roller+Radius of nose GO
Maximum Reduction in Thickness Possible
Change in thickness=(Coefficient of Friction^2)*Radius of the roller GO
Projected Area
Area=Width*(Radius of the roller*Change In Length)^0.5 GO

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Length over which Deformation Takes Place when Strain Energy in Torsion is Given
Length=sqrt(2*Strain Energy*Polar moment of Inertia*Shear Modulus of Elasticity/Torque^2) GO
Length over which Deformation Takes Place when Strain Energy in Shear is Given
Length=2*Strain Energy*Shear Area*Shear Modulus of Elasticity/(Shear Force^2) GO
Length of rectangle when diagonal and breadth are given
Length=sqrt(Diagonal^2-Breadth^2) GO
Length of rectangle when perimeter and breadth are given
Length=(Perimeter-2*Breadth)/2 GO
Length of rectangle when diagonal and angle between two diagonal are given
Length=Diagonal*sin(sinϑ/2) GO
Length of a rectangle in terms of diagonal and angle between diagonal and breadth
Length=Diagonal*sin(sinϑ) GO
Length of rectangle when area and breadth are given
Length=Area/Breadth GO
Length of the major axis of an ellipse (b>a)
Length=2*Major axis GO
Length of major axis of an ellipse (a>b)
Length=2*Major axis GO
Length of minor axis of an ellipse (a>b)
Length=2*Minor axis GO
Length of minor axis of an ellipse (b>a)
Length=2*Minor axis GO

Projected Length Formula

Length=(Radius of the roller*Change in thickness)^0.5
l=(r<sub>2</sub>*▲t)^0.5
More formulas
Bite Angle GO
Maximum Reduction in Thickness Possible GO
Projected Area GO
Total Elongation of Stock GO
Pressure on rolls when H is known (entry side) GO
Pressure on rolls when H is known (exit side) GO
Thickness of stock at given point on entry side. GO
Thickness of stock at given point on exit side GO
Mean yield shear stress when pressure on entry side is given GO
Mean yield shear stress when pressure on exit side is given GO
Factor H used in Rolling calculations GO
Initial stock thickness when pressure on rolls is given GO
Factor H at Neutral point GO
Angle subtended by Neutral point GO

How to Calculate Projected Length or Roll contact length?

Projected length is also known as Roll contact Length. It is the length of stock in contact with the roller projected on the roller surface. It can be calculated by taking into account the radius of roller and change in thickness.

How to Calculate Projected Length?

Projected Length calculator uses Length=(Radius of the roller*Change in thickness)^0.5 to calculate the Length, The Projected Length formula is defined as the length of stock in contact with roller, projected upward on roller surface. It is calculated as square root of product of change in thickness and radius of roller. Length and is denoted by l symbol.

How to calculate Projected Length using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Projected Length, enter Radius of the roller (r2 and Change in thickness (▲t) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Projected Length calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.173205 = (6*0.005)^0.5.

FAQ

What is Projected Length?
The Projected Length formula is defined as the length of stock in contact with roller, projected upward on roller surface. It is calculated as square root of product of change in thickness and radius of roller and is represented as l=(r2 or Length=(Radius of the roller*Change in thickness)^0.5. Radius of the roller is any of the line segments from its center to its perimeter, and in more modern usage, it is also their length and change in thickness can be defined as the difference between final and initial thickness of matter.
How to calculate Projected Length?
The Projected Length formula is defined as the length of stock in contact with roller, projected upward on roller surface. It is calculated as square root of product of change in thickness and radius of roller is calculated using Length=(Radius of the roller*Change in thickness)^0.5. To calculate Projected Length, you need Radius of the roller (r2 and Change in thickness (▲t). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Radius of the roller and Change in thickness 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 Length?
In this formula, Length uses Radius of the roller and Change in thickness. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Length=sqrt(Diagonal^2-Breadth^2)
  • Length=Area/Breadth
  • Length=(Perimeter-2*Breadth)/2
  • Length=Diagonal*sin(sinϑ)
  • Length=Diagonal*sin(sinϑ/2)
  • Length=2*Major axis
  • Length=2*Major axis
  • Length=2*Minor axis
  • Length=2*Minor axis
  • Length=2*Strain Energy*Shear Area*Shear Modulus of Elasticity/(Shear Force^2)
  • Length=sqrt(2*Strain Energy*Polar moment of Inertia*Shear Modulus of Elasticity/Torque^2)
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