Determine the break power of the engine, Mechanical Engineering

If a Laboratory experiment, the following data were recorded with rope Break dynamometer :

Diameter of fly-wheel = 1.2 m

Diameter of the rope = 12.5 mm

Speed = 200 r.p.m.

Dead load on the break = 600 N

Spring balance reading = 150 N

Determine the Break Power of the Engine

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