I haven't spec'ed out motors before but I am looking to use a motor with the attached torque/speed characteristics. I am looking to use a gear with the following characteristics,
Gear Reduction Ratio: 20:1
Nominal Output Torque: 6Nm
Max Acceleration Output Torque: 9Nm
Nominal Input Speed...
I guess there would be a function in this case. I am working with inventor simulation studio and it gives a displacement at natural or modal frequencies. Although I am unsure if that data is even correct because inventor maybe giving meaningless data.
Is there a way to analyze displacement if...
So I have been trying to figure out how much an object is displaced when subjected to certain frequencies. If I know the modal frequency and max displacement at modal frequency can I find displacement at any frequency?
I was thinking maybe using ratios you could do the following,
modal...
Looking for a motor to turn a large cylinder.
Say if I have a cylinder of radius 1007.54mm and mass of 2 tons, I would have a moment of innertia of 1.027x10^3 kg-m^2
This is from the general cylinder inertial equation,
I = .5*m*r^2
The torque necessary to bring this to 30 deg/ 5 min is
W=...
I am actually working on a project that requires this information too. I am looking into how to create a momentum wheel setup for a satellite now actually. If you find anything let me know, I'll do the same.
ok yeah I'm going to write it more throughly when I put it on paper. There wouldn't be the C because I have known points I'm integrating between. thanks for checking my work.
ok I think I got it.
so taking
\int_0 ^{10m} -0.05v^2 dx = \int_0^v v dv
I get
-0.05x|_0 ^{10} = ln|v||_{5m/s} ^v
e^{1.11} = v
getting 3.03 m/s
I think that's right...
ok, I'm starting to have some weird mistakes because I have been on this problem to long lol... but I don't have two integration constants for t or v. I have the change in s from 0m to 10m. This would only really be able to give me where it's time when it comes to a complete stop which is part...
so I'll get
\intdv=\inta dt
(v2-v1) = -0.05v^{2}*t - 0 (since t_{0}=0)
but I now have 2 unknowns though.
v and t
since I know the change in position shouldn't I do an integration over that? I'm just unsure how exactly it should be done
Hey I have been looking at the problem for a long time and for some reason I can't think of how to solve for it... I know I have to do some Calc to figure it out.
Ok so here it is
The acceleration of a particle is defined by the relation a = -0.05[v]^{2}, where
a is expressed in...
I figured it out it ended up being a negative value because my y-component is negative which would make the magnitude of the vectors in the negative direction, and that gives me -79.79.
so how do you figure it out? I'm not sure how you would go about doing it.
Could you take
5.6t-4.5t^2
t(5.6-4.5t)
t = 5.6/4.5 ?
if so what happens with the 5.72 on the other side of the equation?
The velocity of a particle moving in the xy plane is given by = (5.6 t - 4.5 t2) + 8.2, with in meters per second and t (> 0) in seconds. (a) What is the acceleration when t = 3.3 s? (b) When (if ever) is the acceleration zero? (c) When (if ever) does the speed equal 10 m/s?
I got the...
figured out part b and c as I got to the end of the problem I saw they wanted it in velocity so I had to take the derivative of r and then solve for x and y values.
I am still having trouble with d though...
This should be a really easy problem but for some reason I keep getting the wrong answers.
The position of an electron is given by = 3.56t - 8.10t2 + 2.53, with t in seconds and in meters. At t = 1.22 s, what are (a) the x-component, (b) the y-component, (c) the magnitude, and (d) the angle...
Well I did those already in my prior degree I was going for. I have enough social sciences I believe, and all my writing classes out of the way, so I just have all the fun ones left :u) I am going to head over to my advisor sometime next week. I got 2 tests tomorrow, Chem and American...
yeah you will learn how to get it easier just by deriving the equation later. Is this a college course or high school? Just wondering because the part you posted in was precalculus. If you get to where you need help again, I wouldn't mind helping. I need a refresher now and then to make sure...
yeah I guess that is true. My calc prof this semester is only letting us use scientific calculators... which it has actually helped me with figuring out graphs better. I did here that a Dif Eq prof here at UB doesn’t let you use a calculator at all. I am going to have to talk to people here...
I am in Aerospace Engineering and I am about ready to schedule for classes next semester. I was thinking about taking Calc 3, Physics 1, Thermodynamics, Auto Cad, and probably something else. As I have been looking at this I am thinking it will be a tough semester. I might think about...
if r goes to 15 wouldn't it be wherever there is an r a 15 would go... I think you did it backwards... it looks as if you put "a" where "r" was supposed to go and "r" where "a" is supposed to go.
P(a,V(a))=(15,14 137)\\ Let\ r=10 \lim_{r\rightarrow 15}...
hmm... I am not sure now if they can see the effects from space or not. I guess I would have to see when I get up there someday :u) or ask an astronaut whenever I get the chance.
the way it explained it before was making it sound more like a filter, so I was thinking you would have to be on...
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I don't even know why I just thought of that lol. I am...
Ok here is what I got out of Recitation from my Chem TA
1.12 = 28/25
28 is similar to 25 so he is saying it is more or less 50/50
so
CxOy… we know that the amu for C is about 12, and the amu for O is about 16
12x = 16y
12(3) = 16(2)
36 is approximately 34
so the outcome is C3O2
Also...
well the law of multiple proportions is Elements can combine in different ways to form different substances, whos mass ratios are small whole-number multiples of each other. there is an example in the book that shows there are twice as many atoms of O in NO2 than NO. They use the law of...
Hey,
I guess I posted this in the wrong string first I didn't notic the homework helper until after I put it in the chem forum.
I have a question... it is actually from my homework. I am trying to figure out what exactly this problem is wanting. I am thinking a proportion of Carbon and...
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