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Homework Statement:

Hi there.
I am new to this forum, but I joined just to ask some input from any one who may be kind to help.
I have this attached file where you can see all the values and equations I have used but there is one bit where I need help. finding Torque on Shaft B, I appreciate if someone could advice how to convert the load force into Torque on the shaft.
if anything I have done it is not correct please feel free to advice and share your input.
Thanks
Relevant Equations:
 Torque = Force * Radius
Homework Statement: Hi there.
I am new to this forum, but I joined just to ask some input from any one who may be kind to help.
I have this attached file where you can see all the values and equations I have used but there is one bit where I need help. finding Torque on Shaft B, I appreciate if someone could advice how to convert the load force into Torque on the shaft.
if anything I have done it is not correct please feel free to advice and share your input.
Thanks
Homework Equations: Torque = Force * Radius
Torque = Force * Radius
Effort Force * Lever length = Load Force * arm Length
I am new to this forum, but I joined just to ask some input from any one who may be kind to help.
I have this attached file where you can see all the values and equations I have used but there is one bit where I need help. finding Torque on Shaft B, I appreciate if someone could advice how to convert the load force into Torque on the shaft.
if anything I have done it is not correct please feel free to advice and share your input.
Thanks
Homework Equations: Torque = Force * Radius
Torque = Force * Radius
Effort Force * Lever length = Load Force * arm Length
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