A careful comparison of this diagram with Figure 8.21 shows that the only difference is the direction of the second wheel. The disk drive in this figure reverses the direction of rotation; a belt drive does not unless the belt is crossed. All the equations ... Disk drives are common in systems requiring accurate constant angular velocity and low torque, such as the turntable of a stereo record player. Figure 8.23anbsp;...
|Title||:||Physics for Technicians|
|Author||:||Center for Occupational Research and Development Staff|