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Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering (DSCE), Bengaluru
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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Output torque or resisting or load torque on the driven member
Output torque or load torque on the driven member=-(Input torque on the driving member)*(Angular speed of the driving member in rpm/Angular speed of the driven member in rpm) GO
Holding or braking or fixing torque on the fixed member
Braking or fixing torque on the fixed member=Input torque on the driving member*((Angular speed of the driving member in rpm/Angular speed of the driven member in rpm)-1) GO
Theoretical discharge given outer and inner gear diameter
Theoretical discharge of a pump=(pi/4)*(Outer diameter of the gear teeth^2-Inner diameter of gear teeth^2)*(Angular speed of the driving member in rpm/60) GO
Width of vane pump given theoretical discharge
Width of rotor=(Theoretical discharge of a pump*2)/(pi*Eccentricity *Angular speed of the driving member in rpm*(Diameter of cam ring+Diameter of rotor)) GO
Theoretical discharge of a vane pump given diameter of camring and rotor
Theoretical discharge of a pump=(pi/2)*Eccentricity *Width of rotor*(Diameter of cam ring+Diameter of rotor)*Angular speed of the driving member in rpm GO
Theoretical discharge of an external gear pump given volumetric displacement
Theoretical discharge of a pump=Theoretical volumetric displacement*(Angular speed of the driving member in rpm/60) GO
Theoretical discharge of a vane pump given volumetric displacement
Theoretical discharge of a pump=Theoretical volumetric displacement*Angular speed of the driving member in rpm GO
Theoretical discharge
Theoretical discharge of a pump=Theoretical volumetric displacement*Angular speed of the driving member in rpm GO
Theoretical power of piston pump
Theoretical power delivered=(2*pi*Angular speed of the driving member in rpm*Theoretical torque)/60 GO
Actual torque developed
Actual torque=(Input Power*60)/(2*pi*Angular speed of the driving member in rpm) GO
Mechanical efficiency in terms of theoretical and actual torque
Mechanical efficiency =(Theoretical torque/Actual torque)*100 GO

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Power transmittted by a belt
Power=(Tensions in the tight side of belt-Tensions in the slack side of belt)* Velocity of the belt GO
Power In Single-Phase AC Circuits When Current Is Given
Power=Electric Current*Electric Current*Resistance*cos(Theta) GO
Power when electric potential difference and electric current are given
Power=Electric Potential Difference*Electric Current GO
Power, when electric potential difference and resistance are given,
Power=Electric Potential Difference^2/Resistance GO
Power In Single-Phase AC Circuits
Power=Voltage*Electric Current*cos(Theta) GO
Power Generated When The Armature Current Is Given
Power=Induced voltage*Armature Current GO
Converted Power
Power=Induced voltage*Armature Current GO
Power, when electric current and resistance are given
Power=(Electric Current)^2*Resistance GO
Power Generated When Torque is Given
Power=Angular Speed*Torque GO
Gross Mechanical Power
Power=(1-Slip)*Input Power GO
Output Power
Power=Voltage*Load current GO

Theoretical power Formula

Power=(2*pi*Angular speed of the driving member in rpm*Theoretical torque)/60
P=(2*pi*N<sub>1</sub>*T<sub>th</sub>)/60
More formulas
Theoretical torque developed GO
Theoretical volumetric displacement given torque and pressure GO
Pressure of the liquid entering the motor GO
Theoretical power in terms of volumetric displacement and pressure GO
Theoretical discharge GO
Volumetric efficiency GO
Theoretical discharge given volumetric efficiency(%) GO
Actual discharge given volumetric efficiency(%) GO
Mechanical efficiency(%) GO
Actual torque delivered GO
Overall efficiency(%) GO

What is maximum motor speed?

Maximum motor speed is the speed at a specific inlet pressure that the motor can sustain for a limited time without damage.

How to Calculate Theoretical power?

Theoretical power calculator uses Power=(2*pi*Angular speed of the driving member in rpm*Theoretical torque)/60 to calculate the Power, The Theoretical power formula is defined as the product of pi, angular speed(rpm) and theoretical torque divided by 60. Power and is denoted by P symbol.

How to calculate Theoretical power using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Theoretical power, enter Angular speed of the driving member in rpm (N1) and Theoretical torque (Tth) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Theoretical power calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1.047198 = (2*pi*1*10)/60.

FAQ

What is Theoretical power?
The Theoretical power formula is defined as the product of pi, angular speed(rpm) and theoretical torque divided by 60 and is represented as P=(2*pi*N1*Tth)/60 or Power=(2*pi*Angular speed of the driving member in rpm*Theoretical torque)/60. Angular speed of the driving member in rpm and Theoretical torque is the theoretical value of the torque developed by the pump.
How to calculate Theoretical power?
The Theoretical power formula is defined as the product of pi, angular speed(rpm) and theoretical torque divided by 60 is calculated using Power=(2*pi*Angular speed of the driving member in rpm*Theoretical torque)/60. To calculate Theoretical power, you need Angular speed of the driving member in rpm (N1) and Theoretical torque (Tth). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Angular speed of the driving member in rpm and Theoretical torque 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 Power?
In this formula, Power uses Angular speed of the driving member in rpm and Theoretical torque. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Power=Electric Potential Difference*Electric Current
  • Power=(Electric Current)^2*Resistance
  • Power=Electric Potential Difference^2/Resistance
  • Power=(1-Slip)*Input Power
  • Power=Angular Speed*Torque
  • Power=Induced voltage*Armature Current
  • Power=Voltage*Load current
  • Power=Induced voltage*Armature Current
  • Power=(Tensions in the tight side of belt-Tensions in the slack side of belt)* Velocity of the belt
  • Power=Voltage*Electric Current*cos(Theta)
  • Power=Electric Current*Electric Current*Resistance*cos(Theta)
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