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Old 01-10-2012, 01:05 AM
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pls give me suggession about my rpm meter
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m/(s^2) is a unit of acceleration.
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Old 05-04-2012, 10:57 AM
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acceleration = (velocity/ time)
velocity = meters/sec
velocity = (circumference * rpm)/ seconds
velocity = (2*pie*radius*rpm)metres/ 60seconds
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m/ sec^2 = (3.14*2*radius* rpm)/(60*60)
then, rpm = (0.914*60*60) /(3.14*2* radius)
just put the value of radius and get the answer,
i think this is your answer
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Old 07-04-2012, 09:53 PM
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what is 1meter per second convert to rpm
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what is 1meter per second convert to rpm
It depends on the radius of what is rotating. If you read post #2 or #9, you can probably figure it out.
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I'm agitating a solution in a Parallel rectangles tank by means of electrical stirrer, the stirrng rod is placed in the centre point of the solution. Knowing that the the dimensions of the tank (solution) are 0.6 m * 0.4 m base and 0.1 m height.
How can convert RPM of the solution stirring to linear velocity?????
any help plz
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I'm agitating a solution in a Parallel rectangles tank by means of electrical stirrer, the stirrng rod is placed in the centre point of the solution. Knowing that the the dimensions of the tank (solution) are 0.6 m * 0.4 m base and 0.1 m height.
How can convert RPM of the solution stirring to linear velocity?????
any help plz
Do you mean you have it in a square tank? - Or just a straight-sided round tank?

-Either way, i think there is no way you can calculate this without measuring the shear rate (for example with a Brookfield viscometer). I've stood there looking at stirrers that are obviously going around faster than the solution they are in. - Also, any solution has a bit of a lag, and your rpm at the edge won't be the same as the rpm at the centre.
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Old 11-12-2012, 08:04 AM
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thank's sir..
very useful to me
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pls how do i convert 2400 rpm to meter per second?
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pls how do i convert 2400 rpm to meter per second?
There are 2400 revolutions per minute, and there are 60 seconds in a minute. If you want the distance travelled at the outer edge of the circle:

1. find out the length of the circumference in meters, either by measuring it, or by working it out from the diameter.

2. multiply this length by 2400 to get distance travelled in one minute.

3. divide the 1 minute travel distance by 60 to get meters per second.
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