Assuming that all strands are vertical/ parallel to gravity and equally spaced (on a radius) around the centre of gravity then tension on each strand will be equivalent to weight x 9.81 divided by 7 equals tension in Newtons. If the strands are not normal and/or at varying distances from centre of gravity then it becomes a little more complicated. Summ of tension on strands must equal weight of bag. Tension on each strand is a ratio of it's distance from the COG of the furthest most strand. Don't forget the further from perpendicular a strand is the more tension on the strand.
The common suggestion is to substitute two strands of sport weight for 1 strand of worsted weight. However, everyone's tension is different. If your pattern has a gauge, I would suggest you crochet a small swatch and see if the gauge matches, using your tension. If it is too large, there are other variations you can try. 1 strand of fingering or sock yarn with 1 strand of sport or DK yarn, for example. Of course, that would necessitate having or buying more yarn.
If you are making an item where it is important that it come out exactly the same size the pattern indicates, then you need to make a gauge swatch to be sure you are choosing compatibly sized yarns. Not all medium weight yarns are equal, nor are all chunky weight yarns equal. You can find yarn weight information at the Craft Yarn Council's web site. In general terms Two strands fingering equal one strand sport. Two strands sport equal one strand worsted. Two strands worsted equal one strand bulky Chunky and bulky are similar but not equal. Chunky is considered #5 and Bulky #6.
Any force given will be equally divided to each strand. Hence greater is possible. One arm is pulling you out of the water. Then a second arm is offered. Do the two arms pull better than the one arm? Generalize to the rope.
Weight of the chain and tension in the string
weight of crate would be 226 lb...saw it in back of the book
750 MCM (61 strands) 2.316#/ft 750 MCM (7448 strands) 2.719#/ft
the pressure and heavy weight on it
I assume you mean tension. tension is a stretching force in am object (e.g. string). If you dangle a yoyo from your hand the string is being stretched by the weight of the yoyo. If the weight of the yoyo = 1N then the tension = 1N.
There are two forces acting on the bucket which are the Tension and the Weight. Tension is directed upward and Weight is directed downward. Since the bucket is either moving at constant velocity, or if its remaining still, the Tension would have to equal in magnitude to the weight. Weight = Fg = Mass(in kgs) times Gravity= 4.2 kg x 9.8 m/s^2=41.46 Newtons Tension would be equal to Fg, which means that Tension would also be 41.46 Newtons.
If the object hangs from a weightless string or thread, the tension in the thread is equal to the weight of the object. If there is weight distributed all the way from the ceiling to the bottom of whatever is hanging, then the tension at every point is equal to the weight of everything below that point.
osb 4x8 sheet is 95lbs.
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If you're talking about the tension of a vertically hanging rope holding an object, then yes, tension = Force*mass.
weight and the tension in the string
Counter tension is pulling against your partner the weight is not evenly distributed correct its true thanks!
That depends on how well supported the floor is and that depends on how far apart the joists are placed. The closer they are, the more weight can be supported.
A one foot long rope holding 10kg has the same tension as a rope 30 feet long holding 10kg. The weight has not changed so why would the tension change. Disregarding the weight of the rope of course.
It happens when 1 force is having larger magnituge and the other is less in magnitude ........ and then the forces does not balance each other Take the example of weight and tension of a body connected by string . weight and tension are always opposite in the direction if the weight is suppose 12 newton and tension is 10 newton , then same thing will happen , they can't balance each other ...... as the strength of weight is more than tension
a balance that measure weight by the tension on a helical spring
wind, weight, compression, tension and push
the weight of the solid thing acting on the swing courses the swing to tension( courses it to pull apart)this how it acts on a swing
When sitting, the weight of a person is supported by the lower spine, the hips and the buttocks.
The manufacturer rates the maximum supported weight of the mount as 40 pounds.
Believe it or not hair extensions are actually "glued" to your existing hair. A bonding agent is applied to the extention and then to the root of your existing hair and basically they are then stuck together. Braiding or weaving will give the extentions a more natural look. Hair extensions is a strand by strand human hair procedure. They can also be light weight extension hair to provide a more natural look and they are applied by sticking the end of the respective hair strands.