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The force produced on the rod side 1 of a double acting hydraulic piston can be expressed as f1 p1 d22 d12 4 1 where f1 rod force lb n d1 rod diameter in mm d2 piston diameter in mm p1 pressure in the cylinder on the rod side psi nmm2 1 bar 105 nm2 01 nmmm2 the force produced on the opposite of rod side 2 can be expressed as
Tonnage calculator use our calculator to estimate how much you need simply enter in the dimensions of the area you need to fill and hit calculate you can then enter your details to get a quotation by email or if you are in a real hurry just give us a call and order over the phone
Apr 26 2020 multiply the length l in feet by the width w in feet by the height h in feet and divide by 27 this will tell you how many cubic yards of crushed stone you need
Enter the width length thickness and product density and hit the calculate button to calculate your estimate if you do not know the product density use the optional density estimator or contact a local sales representative
Metallurgical contentcrushing screening plant assessment examplecapacities and horsepower of jaw crushers tonshrtypical capacities of twinroll crushers tonshrscreen analysis of product from jaw crusher percent passing screen opening the following example demonstrates a method of selecting the components of an aggregate plant good component efficiency and part performance
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Adding a hopper with an opening 38 wide and 60 long results in a hopper drag load of 6769 lbs as follows active volume 32 ft x 5 ft x 332 ft 150 ft 3 active weight 150 ft 3 x 90 pcf 13538 lbs drag load 05 x 13538 lbs 6769 lbs the power to overcome this drag is calculated as follows
May 13 2019 additionally jaw crusher feed should be prescreened using a grizzly screen prior to crushing to remove material finer than the closedside setting setting jaw crushers ideally the reduction ratio of a jaw crusher should be 6to1 there are different ways to calculate reduction ratio but the best way is something called the p80 factor
Sep 30 2000 the mathematical formula to remember in helping make this calculation is the number of cycles hz times 60 for seconds in a minute times two for the positive and negative pulses in the cycle divided by the number of poles therefore for a 60hz system the formula would be 60 x 60 x 2 7200 noload rpm number of poles
Calculate fill dirt type in inches and feet of your project and calculate the estimated amount of soil dirt in cubic yards cubic feet and tons that your need for your project the density of fill dirt 2410 lbyd or 121 tyd or 08 ydt
Run a quick calculation with our materials calculator simply enter the width length and depth that you need and hit calculate for all landscaping projects we recommend a minimum depth of 23 inches of material by dirk braen
Divide the measurement in inches by 36 to find the driveways depth in yards most driveways should have a depth of 68 of gravel the formula to find volume is length width depth multiply the width by the length by the depth in yards to find the cubic yards of gravel needed
Mar 04 2006 you mean full load torque use this formulafull load t hp x 5252rpm t torque in lbft hp horsepower 5252 constant rpm revolutions per minute
Primary coil inductance helix turns primary coil winding radius 2 9 primary coil winding radius 10 primary coil height the inductance of a conical shaped coil is found by calculating the inductance of a flat and helical coil and using the average of the two coils weighted by the incline angle
Start by measuring the length width and depth of the area you need to fill in the same unit of measurement multiply the length width and height together to find the volume of the space now convert the volume to cubic yards if the initial measurements were in inches then convert cubic inches to cubic yards by dividing by 46656
Aug 23 2019 multiply 12 by 12 to get 144 square feet then divide 2 inches the depth of your stone by 12 to convert your depth into feet the result is 017 then multiply 144 by 01666 to get the cubic
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