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Find the speed of shaft :

Find the speed of shaft driven with the belt by an engine running at 600 rotation per minute. The thickness of belt is 2cm, diameter of engine pulley is 100cm and that of shaft is 62cm.

Sol: Given Speed of driven shaft (N2) = ?

Thickness of belt (t) = 2cm

Diameter of driver shaft  (D2) = 100cm

Diameter of driven shaft  (D1) = 62cm

Speed of driver shaft (N1) = 600rpm

Since we know that,

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