- How do I calculate how much weight can DC motor carry?
- How fast can a 1 hp engine go?
- How do you measure the maximum weight that a DC motor can move?
- How much horsepower does it take to move 100 pounds?
- How much weight can a 1/2 hp motor lift?
- Is 500 horsepower a lot?
- How fast is 180 horsepower?
- How much weight can a wiper motor lift?
- How do you calculate torque needed?
- How do you know how much weight a motor can lift?
- How much weight can one horsepower pull?
- How much force is needed to lift the 10kg weight?
- Is 300 a lot of horsepower?
- How is HP calculated?
- How fast is 2500 horsepower?

## How do I calculate how much weight can DC motor carry?

The formula that relates mass, force and acceleration is: F = m*a , where F is the force, m is the mass and a is the acceleration.

So a = F/m would be 14.715 kg*m/s² divided by 2 kg and therefore: ~7.358 m/s².

This means within 1 second your robot would reach a speed of 7.36 m/s (or 26.5 km/h) if there was no friction..

## How fast can a 1 hp engine go?

A 1-horsepower engine couldn’t maintain more than 20 or 30 mph in a normal car, and you could never turn on the headlights or the air conditioning. The other problem is acceleration. The bigger the engine, the faster you can accelerate from zero to 60mph.

## How do you measure the maximum weight that a DC motor can move?

The maximum power will be produced at the maximum rpm of the motor. Multiply the torque of the motor time the ratio of gear or belt reduction to drive the wheel axle, then divide by the radius of the wheel. Can we assume you will use wheels? The torque will tell you how much weight can be moved by the motor.

## How much horsepower does it take to move 100 pounds?

100 lbs = 10 hp = one tenth (0.10) of a second off of the 1/4 mile time. Therefore, 10 lbs = 1 hp = 0.01 of a second off of the 1/4 mile time.

## How much weight can a 1/2 hp motor lift?

To find the weight each opener can lift simply divide 550 lbs by the manufacturer HP rating and then multiply by (2/3). For example, a 1/2 horsepower garage door opener should be able to lift 275 pounds while a 1 HP opener can lift 550 pounds.

## Is 500 horsepower a lot?

It’s not even for most. 500 horsepower crosses a threshold. It’s at that level of power that you begin to feel real weight on your chest when you accelerate — like the steering wheel is trying to break free from your hands. The world around you starts to move faster than you can reasonably react to.

## How fast is 180 horsepower?

It will accelerate something from 0–100 km/h in 7–10 seconds depending on the weight and gearbox, and also the torque curve, and will reach some top speed between 200–220 km/h, that’s not fast anymore! In the 70’s and the 80’s, 180 HP would be a sportscar performance.

## How much weight can a wiper motor lift?

I believe wiper motors generate about 12-13 ft/lbs of torque, so if you have a small spindle to use instead of a winch, a wiper motor may very well lift a 50lb load…slowly (Cap’n Jack is on to something with using a lighter door).

## How do you calculate torque needed?

The required torque is calculated by multiplying the sum of load torque and acceleration torque by the safety factor. When the required torque for the motor varies over time, determine if the motor can be used by calculating the effective load torque.

## How do you know how much weight a motor can lift?

Force equals the weight of the object acting at the centre of the shaft. For eg: Assume that a Motor shaft is holding a tire of weight 50kg. So the weight acting at the centre of the shaft of motor is Force(F2) = 50*9.81 N.

## How much weight can one horsepower pull?

In other words, 1 horsepower is the amount of work required to move a load of 550 pounds over 1 foot, in 1 second.

## How much force is needed to lift the 10kg weight?

How much force is needed to lift the 10Kg weight? The correct answer is (B) 5 Kg. In a double-pulley system, the force is equal to the weight divided by two. It will require a 5 Kg force to lift a 10Kg weight.

## Is 300 a lot of horsepower?

It wasn’t too long ago when 300 HP was actually a lot for a road car. But now, rental cars and entry-level sports cars have more. Still, anything in that neighborhood is more than enough for the road.

## How is HP calculated?

The equation to calculate horsepower is simple: Horsepower = Torque x RPM / 5,252.

## How fast is 2500 horsepower?

300.4 MPHFord GT With 2,500 HP Hits 300.4 MPH at the Texas Mile, Sets New Standing Mile Record.