|Mar10-12, 08:58 AM||#1|
Is force times acceleration equal to power?
power = p(max)*Area*mean piston speed*rate of rotation*constant
power = p(max)*Area*acceleration*constant
power = force*acceleration*constant
Is this right?
|Mar10-12, 09:21 AM||#2|
i'm not following that
power = energy per time = work done per time
= force "dot" distance per time
|Mar10-12, 10:35 AM||#3|
Oops!!! that was so stupid of me :) You're right.
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