demonstration of power savings on the differential pulley block
- The TM 122experimental unit illustrates the equilibrium conditions on a differential pulley block.
- The relation between pulley diameter, lifting force and torque is demonstrated.
- Three pulleys with different diameters are mounted on a shaft, which is itself mounted on ball bearings.
- Weights can be hung on the cables.
- The forces act on the one hand directly on the periphery of the pulley with the largest diameter and another force acts on the pulley with the smaller diameter via a loose roller.
- Using weights, it is possible to vary these forces until equilibrium is reached.
- The experimental unit is designed to be fixed to a wall.
- investigation of the equilibrium of moments on a differential pulley block
- anodised aluminium pulleys
- 1 loose roller
- ball bearing-mounted steel shaft
- bracket for wall mounting
- 2x 1N (hanger)
- 4x 0,5N
- 4x 1N
- 4x 2N
- 4x 5N
- WxH: 300x250mm
Dimensions & Weight:
- L x W x H: 300x280x250mm
- Weight: approx. 14kg
- fundamentals of the equilibrium of moments: acting forces, generated moments and equilibrium
- relation between power savings and cable route
Scope of Delivery:
- 1 experimental unit
- 1 set of weights
- 2 cables
- 1 set of instructional material
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