hartung governer., Mechanical Engineering

#quesThe spring controlled governor of the “Hartung” type has two rotating masses each of 3.5 kg and the limits of their radius of rotation are 100 mm and 125 mm. The each mass is directly controlled by a spring attached to it and to the inner casing of the governor.
a) The stiffness of the spring 9 KN/m and the force on each spring, when the masses are in their mid position, is 400 N. In addition, there is an equivalent constant inward radial force of 100 N acting on each revolving mass in order to allow for the dead weight of the mechanism. Neglecting friction, find the range of speed of the governor.tion..
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