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An annealed copper strip 228 mm wide and 25 mm thick is rolled to a thickness of 20 mm in one pass. The roll radius is 300 mm, and the rolls rotate at 100 rpm. Calculate the roll force and the power required. For annealed copper, it has a true stress of about 80 Mpa in the unstrained condition and at a true strain of 0.223, true stress is 280 Mpa.

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An annealed copper strip 228 mm wide and 25 mm thick is rolled to a thickness of 20 mm in one pass. The roll radius is 300 mm, and the rolls rotate at 100 rpm. Calculate the roll force and the power required. For annealed copper, it has a true stress of about 80 Mpa in the unstrained condition and at a true strain of 0.223, true stress is 280 Mpa.

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Motor Sizing Calculations This section describes certain items that must be calculated to find the optimum motor for a particular application. Selection procedures and examples are given. Selection Procedure First, determine certain features of the design, such as drive mechanism, rough dimensions, distances moved, and positioning period.

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