Articles Posted in the " Balancing " Category

  • BALANCING AND UNBALANCING–Introduction

    BALANCING AND UNBALANCING–Introduction

    BALANCING AND UNBALANCING FORCES There are many different forces like contact force, gravity force, inertia force, wind force, fluid pressure force, static force, thermal force, centrifugal , frictional force, pushing force, pulling force, seismic force, snow force, normal force, tangential force etc. Without a force no action like dancing, cycling, playing sports. Even a stationary […]


  • * Unbalancing, balancing and the methods of balancing

    * Unbalancing, balancing and the methods of balancing

     Unbalancing, balancing and the methods of balancing UNBALANCING Unbalancing means There are only unbalanced forces: These cause static unbalance (where the mass axis is displaced  only parallel to the shaft axis) . There are only unbalanced couples: These cause rotary unbalance. There are unbalanced forces as well as unbalanced couples: These cause static as well as […]


  • * Unbalancing of Rotors—–2—–Balance Tolerance, Symbol and magnitude of Unbalancing

    * Unbalancing of Rotors—–2—–Balance Tolerance, Symbol and magnitude of Unbalancing

    Unbalancing of Rotors—–2—–Balance Tolerance, Symbol and magnitude of Unbalancing BALANCE QUALITY OR BALANCE TOLERANCE OR HOW MUCH OF AN UNBALANCE IS ACCEPTABLE  ANSI (AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE) gives the answer to the above question. Standard for Balance Quality of Rotating Rigid Bodies is ANSI S2.19-1975. These standards make recommendations to the permissible residual unbalance as […]


  • *BALANCED AND UNBALANCED FORCES

    *BALANCED AND UNBALANCED FORCES

    BALANCED AND UNBALANCED FORCES Keywords: Balanced-unbalanced force-cause of unbalance-rotors There are many different types of forces which act on objects. When Forces act in pairs but these are either balanced or unbalanced. BALANCED FORCE Balanced forces do not cause change in motion (magnitude and direction of velocity/acceleration). They are equal in magnitude and opposite in […]