greetings to one and all watching this video. MECH EXPLANATIONS welcomes you. let us learn about Constant-velocity joints. Constant-velocity joints (also known as homokinetic or CV joints) allow a drive shaft to transmit power through a variable angle, at constant rotational speed, without an appreciable increase in friction or play. They are mainly used in […]
♪♪ As robotic machines become more sophisticated and gain popularity in industrial, commercial, and medical markets, they are called upon to perform more complex tasks. New design trends are emerging that capitalize on smaller, more compact assemblies with high precision and reliability. The motion control that defines robot joint movements must be as precise as […]
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Welcome back MechanicaLEi, did you know that pipe joints are used to connect a straight pipe, tubing sections and regulate or measure fluid flow? This makes us wonder, What are pipe joints? Before we jump in check out the previous part of this series to learn about How pulleys are classified? Now, The selection of […]
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Hey there guys, Paul here, from theengineeringmindset.com. In this video we’re going to be looking more into solenoids and how they work. We’re going to look at permanent magnets and how to see their magnetic field. We’re going to create an electric magnet from a wire. We’re going to be looking at some real-world solenoids, […]
Now I want to show you how you can use the Pipe Trades Pro to do all kinds of dimensional math and unit conversions and I’ll give you a couple of pipe trades related conversions. We can just show you how quickly you can do the math. Let’s say we have a flow rate of […]
Now I want to show you the built in pipe data tables of the Pipe Trades Pro. There’s 7 material types built into the calculator. Simply press the [Pipe Mat’l] key. You’ll see the first of the 7 – steel. Continued presses will show you the rest of the materials – stainless steel, brass, aluminum, […]
Now I’d like to show you how you can use the Pipe Trades Pro to make easy work of calculating drops, slopes, angles and percent grades for drainage. Let’s say you have a 25 foot pipe run that requires 1/8 inch drop per foot. What’s the total drop required? Clear the calculator and enter the […]
One of the most useful functions of the Pipe Trades Pro that I want to show you next is the ability to easily calculate simple offsets and much more complex and different kinds of rolling offsets. Let’s say you want to find the center to center travel for a pipe offset with a 24 inch […]