To calculate the force required to move the object: F = m * g *u , F = force, m = mass of object, g = gravity constant, u = friction. F = 500 kg * 9,82m/s2 * 0.8 F = 3924 N to push the object.

## What is the force of a motor?

Note that the driving force of an electric motor is **torque** – not horsepower. The torque is the twisting force that makes the motor running and the torque is active from 0% to 100% operating speed.

## What is the formula of motor?

Electric Motor Formula

TO FIND | DIRECT CURRENT | THREE PHASE |
---|---|---|

CURRENT | P V x EFF | P 1.732 x V x EFF x PF |

EFFICIENCY | 746 x HP V x I | 746 x HP 1.732 x V x I x PF |

POWER FACTOR | —— | Input Watts 1.732 x V x I |

SHAFT SPEED | —— | 120 x F no. of poles |

## How do you convert motor torque to force?

The equation, **Force = Torque ÷ [Length × sin (Angle)]**, converts torque into force.

## What is better to have torque or horsepower?

Torque, simply, is the ability of a vehicle to perform work — specifically, the twisting force applied by the crankshaft. Horsepower is how rapidly the vehicle can perform that work. … Because there is generally a limit on how fast you can spin an engine, having **higher torque** allows for greater horsepower at lower rpms.

## What’s the difference between force and torque?

Force has units of Newtons, while torque, being the product of a force and a distance, has units of Newton ⋅ meters. Torque and force also differ in that force **is a true vector**, whereas torque is a pseudovector, that is, it picks up a sign flip under certain kinds of coordinate transformations.

## What is 120 in motor speed formula?

The equation for calculating synchronous speed is: **S = 120 f/P speed = constant (120) times frequency of power source (60 Hz) divided by number of poles used in the motor (P)**.

## How much weight can a 12V DC motor lift?

Weight: **100 gm(Approx.)** RPM: 100 Operating Voltage: 12V DC Gearbox: Attached Plastic (spur)Gearbox Shaft diameter: 6mm Shaft Length: 21 mm Torque: 1.2 Kg-cm. No-load current = 60 mA(Max) Load current = 300 mA(Max).

## What is synchronous speed and it’s formula?

The synchronous speed of an AC motor is determined by the frequency of the source and the number of poles. The RPM is **calculated by multiplying the frequency times 60 and dividing by the number of pairs of poles**. … Actual speed of the induction motor will be less than the synchronous speed.

## What is slip formula?

If the revolving magnetic flux’s synchronous speed & the speed of rotor are Ns & Nr in the motor, then the speed among them can be equivalent to (Ns – Nr). So, slip can be determined as. **S = (Ns – Nr) / Ns**.