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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Tire Penetration Factor when Rolling Resistance is Given
Tire penetration factor=(Rolling Resistance-Rolling resistance factor*Weight on wheels)/(Tire penetration*Weight on wheels) GO
Rolling Resistance to the Motion of Wheeled Vehicles
Rolling Resistance=(Rolling resistance factor*Weight on wheels)+(Tire penetration factor*Tire penetration*Weight on wheels) GO
Tire Penetration when Rolling Resistance is Given
Tire penetration=(Rolling Resistance-Rolling resistance factor*Weight on wheels)/(Tire penetration factor*Weight on wheels) GO
Rolling Resistance Factor when Rolling Resistance is Given
Rolling resistance factor=(Rolling Resistance-Tire penetration*Tire penetration factor*Weight on wheels)/Weight on wheels GO
Weight on Wheels when Rolling Resistance is Given
Weight on wheels=(Rolling Resistance/(Rolling resistance factor+Tire penetration factor*Tire penetration)) GO
Total Road Resistance when Rolling Resistance and Grade Resistance is Given
Total road resistance=((0.02+0.015*Tire penetration+0.01*Percent grade)*Weight on wheels) GO
Weight on Wheels when Total Road Resistance is Given
Weight on wheels=(Total road resistance/(0.02+0.015*Tire penetration+0.01*Percent grade)) GO
Grade Resistance Factor when Grade Resistance for Motion on a Slope is Given
Grade resistance factor =(Grade resistance/(Percent grade*Weight on wheels)) GO
Percent Grade when Grade Resistance for Motion on a Slope is Given
Percent grade=(Grade resistance/(Grade resistance factor *Weight on wheels)) GO
Grade Resistance for Motion on a Slope
Grade resistance=Grade resistance factor *Percent grade*Weight on wheels GO
Usable Pull to Overcome Loss of Power with Altitude
Usable pull=(Coefficient of traction*Weight on wheels) GO

2 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Rolling Resistance to the Motion of Wheeled Vehicles
Rolling Resistance=(Rolling resistance factor*Weight on wheels)+(Tire penetration factor*Tire penetration*Weight on wheels) GO
Resistance force during ground roll
Rolling Resistance=Coefficient of Rolling Friction*(Weight-Lift force) GO

Rolling Resistance when Rolling Resistance Factor is Two Percent Formula

Rolling Resistance=(0.02+0.015*Tire penetration)*Weight on wheels
R=(0.02+0.015*p)*W
More formulas
Rolling Resistance to the Motion of Wheeled Vehicles GO
Rolling Resistance Factor when Rolling Resistance is Given GO
Weight on Wheels when Rolling Resistance is Given GO
Tire Penetration Factor when Rolling Resistance is Given GO
Tire Penetration when Rolling Resistance is Given GO
Grade Resistance for Motion on a Slope GO
Grade Resistance Factor when Grade Resistance for Motion on a Slope is Given GO
Weight on Wheels when Grade Resistance for Motion on a Slope is Given GO
Percent Grade when Grade Resistance for Motion on a Slope is Given GO
Total Road Resistance when Rolling Resistance and Grade Resistance is Given GO
Weight on Wheels when Total Road Resistance is Given GO
Usable Pull to Overcome Loss of Power with Altitude GO
Coefficient of Traction when Usable Pull is Given GO
Weight on Drivers when Usable Pull is Given GO

What is rolling resistance ?

Rolling resistance, sometimes called rolling friction or rolling drag, is the force resisting the motion when a body rolls on a surface. It is mainly caused by non-elastic effects; that is, not all the energy needed for deformation of the wheel, roadbed, etc., is recovered when the pressure is removed.

How to Calculate Rolling Resistance when Rolling Resistance Factor is Two Percent?

Rolling Resistance when Rolling Resistance Factor is Two Percent calculator uses Rolling Resistance=(0.02+0.015*Tire penetration)*Weight on wheels to calculate the Rolling Resistance, The Rolling Resistance when Rolling Resistance Factor is Two Percent calculates the rolling resistance when rolling resistance factor is taken as two percent. Rolling Resistance and is denoted by R symbol.

How to calculate Rolling Resistance when Rolling Resistance Factor is Two Percent using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Rolling Resistance when Rolling Resistance Factor is Two Percent, enter Tire penetration (p) and Weight on wheels (W) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Rolling Resistance when Rolling Resistance Factor is Two Percent calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1.9 = (0.02+0.015*5)*20.

FAQ

What is Rolling Resistance when Rolling Resistance Factor is Two Percent?
The Rolling Resistance when Rolling Resistance Factor is Two Percent calculates the rolling resistance when rolling resistance factor is taken as two percent and is represented as R=(0.02+0.015*p)*W or Rolling Resistance=(0.02+0.015*Tire penetration)*Weight on wheels. Tire penetration is the penetration depth of tire rubber into the road and Weight on wheels is the weight of an equipment is resting on its wheels.
How to calculate Rolling Resistance when Rolling Resistance Factor is Two Percent?
The Rolling Resistance when Rolling Resistance Factor is Two Percent calculates the rolling resistance when rolling resistance factor is taken as two percent is calculated using Rolling Resistance=(0.02+0.015*Tire penetration)*Weight on wheels. To calculate Rolling Resistance when Rolling Resistance Factor is Two Percent, you need Tire penetration (p) and Weight on wheels (W). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Tire penetration and Weight on wheels 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 Rolling Resistance?
In this formula, Rolling Resistance uses Tire penetration and Weight on wheels. We can use 2 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Rolling Resistance=Coefficient of Rolling Friction*(Weight-Lift force)
  • Rolling Resistance=(Rolling resistance factor*Weight on wheels)+(Tire penetration factor*Tire penetration*Weight on wheels)
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