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Mechanics Mechanical engineering Gears Manufacturing Simple machines Pulley Gear train Belt Idler-wheel Gear Transmission Continuously variable transmission
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Intern doesn’t talk if it is with tyre or without tyre. Without mentioning this vital information, he moves to calculate the circumference of the wheel and in turn uses it to calculate RPM of the wheel. If 60km/h as mentioned by the intern is the distance covered by the car then it would be the tyre’s diameter which is not mentioned. Even assuming he were to be right about the wheel, calculating circumference it comes to 1.27484m. Intern discards this and states it to be 1.2m. That is a huge round off error and he calculates 60km/h to be 1000m / 1minute which is true but then divides 1000m with 1.2m instead of 1.27(3sig. fig of 1.27484) to get 833.3 rpm. That is huge difference compared to 784.4 rpm using 1.27 as circumference. He also assumed that average speed is 60 km/h. That doesn’t have any basis and if you take the average of 60km/h and design the test rig, you are ...
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