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I know the spring force in the centere of the wheel.

how can i know the centripetla force exerted by it

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In summary, axial pressure and centripetal force are two different types of forces that cannot be directly converted. Axial pressure is applied along the axis of an object, while centripetal force is directed towards the center of a circular motion. However, the equation F=mv^2/r can be used to calculate centripetal force based on the given axial pressure, mass, velocity, and radius. These forces can be measured using pressure and force sensors, and the conversion between them can be applied to any object with the appropriate parameters.

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dhaval trivedi

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I know the spring force in the centere of the wheel.

how can i know the centripetla force exerted by it

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Can you please provide a diagram of the setup.

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dhaval trivedi

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Motor pulls the wheel in front direction.

There is no direct conversion between axial pressure and centripetal force. Axial pressure is a force applied along the axis of an object, while centripetal force is a force directed towards the center of a circular motion. However, you can use the equation F=mv^2/r to calculate the centripetal force, where m is the mass of the object, v is the velocity, and r is the radius of the circular motion.

Axial pressure is a force applied along the axis of an object, while centripetal force is a force directed towards the center of a circular motion. Axial pressure is typically used to describe forces acting on a linear object, while centripetal force is used to describe forces acting on an object in circular motion.

No, it is not possible to directly convert axial pressure to centripetal force. However, you can use equations and principles from physics to calculate the centripetal force based on the given axial pressure and other parameters such as mass, velocity, and radius.

Axial pressure can be measured using a pressure sensor or gauge, which detects the amount of force applied along the axis of an object. Centripetal force can be measured using a force sensor or a device called a dynamometer, which measures the force acting on an object in circular motion.

Yes, the principles and equations used to calculate the conversion from axial pressure to centripetal force can be applied to any object as long as the appropriate parameters such as mass, velocity, and radius are known. However, the accuracy of the conversion may vary depending on the object's shape, material, and other factors.

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