Cross belt drive, Mechanical Engineering

Cross Belt Drive:

When shafts are rotating in the opposite direction, cross belt drive can be obtained.

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In the diagram given to us pulley 'A' is called as driver pulley as it is attached with the rotating shaft. Velocity ratio is same as for the open belt

V.R. = N2/N1  = D1/D2

If thickness of belt 't' is given to us then

V.R = N2/N1  = (D1 + t)/(D2 + t)

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