Yes, you need rpm in rad/s. Do you know how to convert it?In uni I have a module on SI units and basic units, its troubling me a bit unfortunately. I am ok with them but im not very confident that the answer I get is always right which is a bit annoying.
I have one which I donít really understand.
Ďní=1440 rev min^-1(rpm)
(hence derive Ďωí)
Find value for T in Nm.
I think the rpm needs to be in seconds but it still does not really fit in, P is power in Kilowatt. I donít suppose I need to work 1440rpm in radians per second do I?
It just hasnít clicked for me Iím afraid.
Also, does anyone know of some good books that cover this subject, I have Engineering Mathematics by K A Stroud but it doesnít cover it.
Thanks a lot guys.