an ideal electric fan has: a constant supply of 0.49 HP (367.8 watt), 3 motor poles, 8 blades, radius of 36 cm. based on all of that info. how can i find the torque/RPM or both?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

if you know the answer tell me it with the method to find the torque/RPM.

p.s. i just threw in all of the information that i know about so if one of the information pieces is not necessary, that's why. also, i don't have an electric fan that has all of this information so i can't test it, nor build it.

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# How can i find the RPM/torque of this electric fan with all of this information?

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