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Useful work output of the machine
Work done=Force*Distance moved due to load GO

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Velocity ratio of belt in terms of creep of belt
Velocity ratio=(Diameter of the driver*(Young's Modulus+sqrt(Stress in the belt on the slack side of belt)))/(Diameter of the follower*(Young's Modulus+sqrt(Stress in the belt on the tight side of belt))) GO
Velocity ratio of belt when there's total percentage slip is given
Velocity ratio=(Diameter of the driver+Thickness)*(1-(0.01*Total percentage of slip))/(Diameter of the follower+Thickness) GO
velocity ratio in weston's differential pulley in terms of number of teeth
Velocity ratio=2*Number of teeth of larger pulley/(Number of teeth of larger pulley-Number of teeth of smaller pulley) GO
Speed ratio of compound gear train
Velocity ratio=Product of the number of teeth on the drivens/Product of the number of teeth on the drivers GO
velocity ratio in weston's differential pulley in terms of radius of pulleys
Velocity ratio=2*Radii of the larger pulley/(Radii of the larger pulley-Radii of the smaller pulley) GO
Velocity ratio of simple belt drive when thickness considered
Velocity ratio=(Diameter of the driver+Thickness)/(Diameter of the follower+Thickness) GO
Velocity ratio of compound belt drive
Velocity ratio=Product of diameters of drivers/ Product of diameters of drivens GO
Velocity ratio of belt drive
Velocity ratio=Speed of the follower in r.p.m/Speed of the driver in r.p.m GO
Velocity ratio of compound belt drive
Velocity ratio=Speed of last driven pulley/Speed of first driver GO
Velocity ratio of simple belt drive when thickness not considered
Velocity ratio=Diameter of the driver/Diameter of the follower GO
Velocity ratio
Velocity ratio=No. of teeth on driven/No. of teeth on driver GO

velocity ratio if distance moved due to effort and distance moved due to load is known Formula

Velocity ratio=(Distance moved due to effort)/(Distance moved due to load)
v<sub>ratio</sub>=(D)/(d)
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Velocity ratio of a worm and worm wheel, If the worm is double-threaded GO
Velocity ratio of a worm and worm wheel, if the worm has multiple threads GO
Velocity ratio of a worm geared pulley block GO
Velocity ratio of a simple screw jack GO
Velocity ratio of a differential screw jack GO
Velocity ratio of worm geared screw jack GO
Velocity ratio of worm geared screw jack if the worm wheel is double threaded GO
Velocity ratio of worm geared screw jack if the worm wheel has multiple threads GO
velocity ratio in weston's differential pulley block GO

What is velocity ratio?

Velocity ratio is the ratio of distance moved by the effort to distance moved by load in the same interval of time.

How to Calculate velocity ratio if distance moved due to effort and distance moved due to load is known?

velocity ratio if distance moved due to effort and distance moved due to load is known calculator uses Velocity ratio=(Distance moved due to effort)/(Distance moved due to load) to calculate the Velocity ratio, The velocity ratio if distance moved due to effort and distance moved due to load is known formula is defined as the ratio of distance moved by effort to distance moved by load. Velocity ratio and is denoted by vratio symbol.

How to calculate velocity ratio if distance moved due to effort and distance moved due to load is known using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for velocity ratio if distance moved due to effort and distance moved due to load is known, enter Distance moved due to effort (D) and Distance moved due to load (d) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the velocity ratio if distance moved due to effort and distance moved due to load is known calculation can be explained with given input values -> 3 = (12)/(4).

FAQ

What is velocity ratio if distance moved due to effort and distance moved due to load is known?
The velocity ratio if distance moved due to effort and distance moved due to load is known formula is defined as the ratio of distance moved by effort to distance moved by load and is represented as vratio=(D)/(d) or Velocity ratio=(Distance moved due to effort)/(Distance moved due to load). Distance moved due to effort is the displacement produced by effort and Distance moved due to load is the displacement produced by load.
How to calculate velocity ratio if distance moved due to effort and distance moved due to load is known?
The velocity ratio if distance moved due to effort and distance moved due to load is known formula is defined as the ratio of distance moved by effort to distance moved by load is calculated using Velocity ratio=(Distance moved due to effort)/(Distance moved due to load). To calculate velocity ratio if distance moved due to effort and distance moved due to load is known, you need Distance moved due to effort (D) and Distance moved due to load (d). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Distance moved due to effort and Distance moved due to load 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 Velocity ratio?
In this formula, Velocity ratio uses Distance moved due to effort and Distance moved due to load. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Velocity ratio=Speed of the follower in r.p.m/Speed of the driver in r.p.m
  • Velocity ratio=Product of diameters of drivers/ Product of diameters of drivens
  • Velocity ratio=Speed of last driven pulley/Speed of first driver
  • Velocity ratio=Diameter of the driver/Diameter of the follower
  • Velocity ratio=(Diameter of the driver+Thickness)/(Diameter of the follower+Thickness)
  • Velocity ratio=(Diameter of the driver+Thickness)*(1-(0.01*Total percentage of slip))/(Diameter of the follower+Thickness)
  • Velocity ratio=(Diameter of the driver*(Young's Modulus+sqrt(Stress in the belt on the slack side of belt)))/(Diameter of the follower*(Young's Modulus+sqrt(Stress in the belt on the tight side of belt)))
  • Velocity ratio=No. of teeth on driven/No. of teeth on driver
  • Velocity ratio=Product of the number of teeth on the drivens/Product of the number of teeth on the drivers
  • Velocity ratio=2*Number of teeth of larger pulley/(Number of teeth of larger pulley-Number of teeth of smaller pulley)
  • Velocity ratio=2*Radii of the larger pulley/(Radii of the larger pulley-Radii of the smaller pulley)
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