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EXTRA URGENT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Postby rodolph » Sun Jun 13, 2004 3:15 am

I'M A BS STUDENT AND I NEED TO FINISH A VERRY IMPORTANT PROJECT BEFORE TUESDAY 15,2004
I HAVE A SAVONIOUS ROTOR
WHO'S SHAFT IS ROTATING LET'S SAY 50 RPM
I NEED TO CONVERT RPM TO ANGULAR VELOCITY (RAD/S)
COZ IT IS ATTACHED TO A GEAR WHO'S GEAR RATION IS 1/4
WHO'S ATTACHED TO A WATER PUMP TO BE ABLE TO CALCULATE THE L/S COMING OUT OF THE PUMP
THANKS FOR ANY HELP, IT'S NOT TOO COMPLICATED PLEASE READ AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: EXTRA URGENT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Postby Knight » Tue Jun 15, 2004 5:37 am

rodolph wrote:I'M A BS STUDENT AND I NEED TO FINISH A VERRY IMPORTANT PROJECT BEFORE TUESDAY 15,2004
I HAVE A SAVONIOUS ROTOR
WHO'S SHAFT IS ROTATING LET'S SAY 50 RPM
I NEED TO CONVERT RPM TO ANGULAR VELOCITY (RAD/S)
COZ IT IS ATTACHED TO A GEAR WHO'S GEAR RATION IS 1/4
WHO'S ATTACHED TO A WATER PUMP TO BE ABLE TO CALCULATE THE L/S COMING OUT OF THE PUMP
THANKS FOR ANY HELP, IT'S NOT TOO COMPLICATED PLEASE READ AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
RODOLPH


Consider that there are 2(pi) radians in a circle, Pi is equal to 3.14. There are 60 seconds in a minute. Using this information, apply unit analysis to the questions and...

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50 Rev |  1 min | 2(3.14) Rad |         rad
------------------------------- = 5.233 ---
   min | 60 sec |       1 rev |         sec
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