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Divide the motor speed by the required speed and round down to get a starting gear ratio. Then divide the required torque by the gear ratio to find the newly required torque. This will help you narrow the choices down to a few select motors.

## How do you select a motor according to load?

A constant or variable torque and horsepower will be required for the industrial motor depending on the type of load the motor is driving. The size of the load, the required speed, and acceleration/deceleration—particularly if it’s fast and/or frequent—will define the torque and horsepower that is required.

## How do you determine motor power?

By taking the voltage and multiplying it by the associated current, the power can be determined. A watt (W) is a unit of power defined as one Joule per second. For a DC source the calculation is simply the voltage times the current: W = V x A.

## What is sizing a motor?

Motor sizing starts with a first pass estimation of all loading and a simple move profile defining the worst case acceleration and velocity requirements. This process follows Newton’s Laws of Motion. Sizing Steps. Define/calculate the key aspects of the motion profile required.

## What does motor size mean?

What does engine size mean? Engine size may also be referred to as ‘engine capacity’ or ‘engine displacement’ and is the measurement of the total volume of the cylinders in the engine. The bigger the engine size, the more space there is for air and fuel inside it.

## How do I choose the right motor?

10 Steps to Choosing the Right Motors for Your Robotic Project

- Step 1: Determine the total weight and traction requirements. …
- Step 2: Calculate the traction wheel rotation speed. …
- Step 3: Calculate the traction motor power/torque. …
- Step 4: Calculate the lifter motor rotation speed.

## How do I choose a KV motor?

The KV value can be determined by the number of copper wire windings on the stator. Generally the higher number of winds decreases the KV of the motor, while lower number of winds increases the KV. The magnetic strength of the magnets can also affect the KV value, stronger magnets will increase KV.

## How do you calculate motor load capacity?

When calculating motor loads, you need to know how to convert a motor’s current rating (given in amps) to a VA rating. To do this, multiply the motor’s nameplate amperage by the supply voltage.

## What is the difference between reluctance motor and induction motor?

Induction motors develop torque because of a slip between the speed of the rotor and the speed of the magnetic flux rotating around the stator winding. … In the switched-reluctance design, however, the magnetic field in the rotor is time varying.

## How much torque does my motor need?

To calculate load torque, multiply the force (F) by the distance away from the rotational axis, which is the radius of the pulley (r). If the mass of the load (blue box) is 20 Newtons, and the radius of the pulley is 5 cm away, then the required torque for the application is 20 N x 0.05 m = 1 Nm.