|Dec12-04, 06:24 PM||#1|
Hey everyone, if I'm given the power of a motor (in kilowatts), and the torque of the motor, how would i go about calculating the speed of the drive shaft in RPM's? Thanks.
|Dec13-04, 11:14 AM||#2|
First find w by doing P/T and then find n by doing 30w/pi.
edit: P has to be in watts
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