from the Motor Control-Braking Resistor department...
Load and Torque Calculations
Motion control, servos, steppers, etc. topic
Posted by Vishal on 11 October, 2006 - 1:32 am
Hi! The torque equation for braking is:
T(braking)=(power braking)/(RPM*2Pi/60)

Here can the power be taken as electrical...
Also given the motor winding weight, shaft weight, pully length, driven load and the load driven by that. How do I equate it to power or how do I calculate the Inertial load exerted? Please guide me towards calculating it.

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