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Force required for a power generator in a coal power station

I am unsure about how to word this question properly and I assume that it might take two directions probably because of the unknown variables involved but here goes... On the actual physical power ...
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Problem of lifting of a body using 4 strings

I have a solid object that has been lifted to a hieght by 4 strings. I know the lifting point and the 4 corners of the object. Also the mass and the center of the gravity location of the object is ...
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Calculating torque in planetary gearbox

It's my understanding that in a planetary gearbox, force moves through the system via four mechanisms: the ring gear, the planet gears, the planetary carrier, and the sun gear. I'm trying to ...
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Spring and damper in series, equation of motion

For the motion in fig 4.1 (a), please check the description of this system in the images above, everything should be there. I get it, assuming the positive direction is downward, the spring tension is ...
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Will the torque applied to a circular object be the same if the object isn't aligned in the center of the Torque?

I'm a student designing a system to automatically turn a steering wheel. In this design the motor will be in the center of the steering wheel and it will apply it's torque on the steering wheel ...
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Calculating the maximum lifting force of an average car

I'm interested to know how much kilograms force an average car can produce. I made the following calculations to answer my question but I'm not sure if I'm right or wrong! Imagine we have a 1.8L ...
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Force from screw on the clamp

I want to find out the force the screw (M5 , 12mm long) exerts on the clamp so it can hold the cylinder as shown in the image. I want to know whether the clamp can displace enough to hold the cylider ...
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Vector homework problem [closed]

This is a question from Engineering Mechanics by Shames. I am unable to resolve this as the question mentioned.
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Inertial Force expression in spring

Let there be a spring as shown. And this is stretched to point C and released, then force exerted by spring on mass in region X2 is "- kx" . But This springs gains kinetic energy at mean ...
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How can rod load reversal points determine leakage of valves in reciprocating compressors?

One of the common parameters that is monitored in reciprocating compressors is the net rod load. How can they show which valve has leakage? For example, if the suction valve of the crank end (CE) has ...
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Looking for a loadcell in the shape of a truss rod

Today I found myself looking for force measurement device (load cell) that can be easily attached to a educational truss structure (i.e. replace a rod in a truss). I'm sure that there are bound to be ...
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