## Problem: Total Energy Needed

What is the total energy in Joules needed to be dissipated by a shock absorber that is positioned under a hoist that releases a free-falling load of 100 kg, 1 …

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What is the total energy in Joules needed to be dissipated by a shock absorber that is positioned under a hoist that releases a free-falling load of 100 kg, 1 …

Winner of this Air Teaser: Ali Dashti, Applied Industrial Technologies, Inc., San Marcos, CA Deadline past. Not available for submissions. This teaser is …

Calculate SCFM: 50 Pound Spring 2″ Diameter Cylinder 6″ Stroke 1 Second to Extend 1 Second to Retract No Dwell Time Hose is 3/8″ diameter and …

This is a sketch of a sandbox loader and bucket. Calculate the vertical distance that the bucket cylinders (2) should be mounted above the pivot points to …

How many car tires of the following approximate size can be filled with one tank of nitrogen with the following given specs? Tank Size: 200 scf (Standard Cubic …

If the available pressure is 100 psig, how many SCFM would be saved by using an air regulator as shown in the circuit? Also what is the cost savings per year …

What are the extending and retracting forces? Deadline past. Not available for submissions. Winner: John Krebsbach, Fluid Power Engineering, Inc., Milan, IL …

What would be the minimum pressure required to hold the given load on the pneumatic cylinder? Think you know the answer? Submit …

Neglecting pilot line sizes, approximately how many seconds after pushing the start button will the cylinder start to retract? This teaser is printed in the …

Given: Coefficient of Friction: .2 Cylinder: 4″ x 20″ x 2″ 1. Calculate the pressure to retract the load. 2. Calculate the distance that the …