Initial tension in the belt, Mechanical Engineering

Initial Tension in The Belt:

Let To = initial tension in belt

T1  = Tension in tight side

T2  = Tension in slack side

TC  = Centrifugal Tension in belt

To  = (T1  + T2)/2 + TC

 

 

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