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From No. 17 Square Thread Bolts and Power Screw From No. 6 where: hp = power, hp N =angular speed, rpm D = shaft diameter, in d = set screw diameter, in Where: L = Lead Di = Root Diameter N = angular speed, rpm L = Lead, ft or m/min Shaft From No. 2a a = sensitivity factor r = radius stress raiser Where: q = 0.983 n = no. of set screw, dn = diameter in inches per no. Shaft of set screw From No. 12 ( ) V = NL V = linear speed in raising the screw, ft/min or m/min where: hp = horsepower D = Diameter of shaft, inch N = angular speed, rpm Brakes (From No. 2) T = average torque to stop the rotation, lb-ft I = Inertia Load, lb-ft2 α = angular acceleration, rad/sec2 g = gravitational acceleration = 32.2 ft/sec2 T = average torque to stop the rotation, lb-ft wr2 = Inertia Load, lb-ft2 N =angular speed, rpm t = time, sec Where: h = height of the object, m or ft W = weight of the object, N or lb k = spring rate, N/m or lb/ft δ = deflection of spring, m or ft Pd = Diametral Pitch, teeth/diameter C = Center distance T1 = No. of Teeth 1 T2 = No. of Teeth 2 ( ) Spring ( ) Gear (From No. 5) Clutch (From No. 3) ( ) T = clutch starting torque, lbft I = Inertia Load or mass inertia, lb-ft2 α = angular acceleration, rad/sec2 g = gravitational acceleration = 32.2 ft/sec2 T = clutch starting torque, lbft wr2 = Inertia Load or mass interia, lb-ft2 N =angular speed, rpm t = time, sec F = Force on the clutch Dm = Mean Diameter S = allowable stress Fa = axial Force, N or lb ) θ = cone angle, degrees Fn = Normal Force, N or lb ( From No. 7