Engineering Mechanics
Chapter 9 : Applications of Friction 169 Example 9.14. A screw jack has a square thread of 75 mm mean diameter and 15 mm p ...
(^170) A Textbook of Engineering Mechanics EXERCISE 9.3 A square threaded screw jack of mean diameter 25 mm and a pitch o ...
Chapter 10 : Principles of Lifting Machines 171 171 Principles of Lifting Machines Contents Introduction. Simple Machine. ...
(^172) A Textbook of Engineering Mechanics 10.2. SIMPLE MACHINE In a broad sense, a simple machine may be defined as a dev ...
Chapter 10 : Principles of Lifting Machines 173 Let W = Load lifted by the machine, P = Effort required to lift the load, ...
(^174) A Textbook of Engineering Mechanics We know that input of the machine = P × y ...(i) and output of the machine = W ...
Chapter 10 : Principles of Lifting Machines 175 Example 10.3. In a lifting machine, whose velocity ratio is 50, an effort ...
(^176) A Textbook of Engineering Mechanics P' = Ideal weight (neglecting the machine friction) required to lift the same w ...
Chapter 10 : Principles of Lifting Machines 177 Efficiency of the machine We know that M.A.^840 8.4 100 W P == = and effic ...
(^178) A Textbook of Engineering Mechanics W = Load lifted, and C = Another constant, which represents the machine frictio ...
Chapter 10 : Principles of Lifting Machines 179 Efficiency when P is 74 N and W is 2000 N We know that M.A.^200027 74 W P ...
(^180) A Textbook of Engineering Mechanics Effort required to run the machine at no load Substituting the value of W = 0 i ...
Chapter 10 : Principles of Lifting Machines 181 Mechanical advantage Substituting the value of W in the law of the machine ...
(^182) A Textbook of Engineering Mechanics Effort required to overcome the machine friction We know that effort required t ...
Chapter 10 : Principles of Lifting Machines 183 ∴ Law of the machine is given by the relation P = 0.08 W + 22.5 Ans. Effor ...
(^184) A Textbook of Engineering Mechanics What do you understand by the term ‘Reversibility’ of a machine? Explain the d ...
Chapter 11 : Simple Lifting Machines 185 185 Simple Lifting Machines 11.1. INTRODUCTION In the last chapter, we have discu ...
(^186) A Textbook of Engineering Mechanics then increase in the velocity ratio must increase its mechanical advantage. The ...
Chapter 11 : Simple Lifting Machines 187 and displacement of the load in one revolution = πd ...(ii) ∴ Distance moved by t ...
(^188) A Textbook of Engineering Mechanics 11.4.DIFFERENTIAL WHEEL AND AXLE Fig. 11.2. Differential wheel and axle. It is ...
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