Given: T(sub-B) plus T(sub-B) prime = 36. Both T(sub-C) values are 0. T (sub-D) =36 and T (sub-D) prime = 12. Find values of T (sub-B) and T (sub-B) prime[/B]
OK, so we need to find the wrap angle, which should be 180 + 30 -22, which comes to 188 degrees, which is 1.04 pi radians.
Then: T (tightside)/T (slackside) = e raised to wrap angle (in radians)
This yields a T (tightside)/T (slackside) of 2.84.
The book shows this ratio as 3.
Also, confused: the values of T (sub-D) are in the same ratio (3 to 1) yet their wrap value is clearly 180 degrees or 1 pi[/B]
Can someone point me in the right direction? Thank you.
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