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Question on the Torque needed

  1. Sep 2, 2015 #1
    Hi Guys and Girls, I new to here. I am Designer and recently I am studying the torque of a motor needed to turn a set of 20 agitators by using a belt. Let say each of the agitator have needed 2Nm to operate, so if I use a motor to operate 20 agitators how many of torque is needed. I have no idea on it. Can you give me some ideas? Thank you!
     

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  3. Sep 2, 2015 #2

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    Hello Eugym, welcome to PF :smile: !

    In the picture it says 5 Nm per agitator !
    Anyway, in principle you can just add up the torques, so you would end up with 40 Nm for your case, or 100 Nm for the case as shown in the picture.
     
  4. Sep 3, 2015 #3
    I also thinking in this way. Ok, I will try hard on it. Thanks for your opinion!
     
  5. Sep 4, 2015 #4
    You also need to add sufficient torque to accelerate all of the rotational masses from 0 RPM within the time required. This will be in addition to the 20x5 Nm torque.
     
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