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Posted by: snapper

05/15/2004, 00:27:28

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Please tell me how to calculate cylinder working power. If i have the cylinder diameter, piston shaft and stroke length, i need to know the formula to calculate the power of the piston it self.

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Posted by: RandyKimball
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05/15/2004, 10:07:16

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Snapper, hi,
Clyinder working forces has nothing to do with stroke length unless you are figuring torque at a crank or leverage.
.. you do need the pressure in the chamber.

The blind side of the cylinder forces are
(pi X r X pressure)
..the blind side has no rod sticking out..

The rod side is
(pi X r X pressure) - (pi X r [of the rod] X pressure)
or
((dia of cylinder - dia of rod)/2) X pi X pressure)

I hope that helps.




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Modified by RandyKimball at Sat, May 15, 2004, 10:13:30

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