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Speed Transmitting Between Motor Gearbox and Gears


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Chain length: 1400mm.

Pitch of the chain: 12,7mm

Diameter:Ø55mm for z=12

Diameter:Ø71mm for z=16

Diameter:Ø87mm for z=20

Hello friends,
Can someone who has knowledge of how to calculate the speed transferred to the sprocket wheel can help in such systems with various gear numbers (z = 20, 16)? Even if you do not know this system, can you at least give some information on how to proceed.

Here, a speed of about 1400/15 to 93.33rpm is transferred from the reducer to the gear wheel with 20 teeth. How can I do the calculations after this stage? My goal is, for example, how many times the chain comes to the starting point in 1 minute.

I would be very happy if you could give an idea.

Thanks.

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