drag coeff =.2 front area =6ft wide by 4ft high 24 sq ft coeff * sqft =5 sq ft about hiway speed 100ft/sec 8% grade 8ft /sec up times car weight of 2000 lbs 16000 ftlb/sec divide by 550 ft/sec for hp = about 30 hp + drag drag = about 20hp ans 50 hp about
1 HP electric motor = 1.5 HP hydraulic motor so for a 3 HP electric motor you would need a 4.5 HP hydraulic motor. Also for your information a 1 HP hydraulic motor = 1 2/3 HP gasoline engine.
1.34 hp (electric)
A 150 HP electric motor will have approximately 280 foot pounds of torque output. Torque is used mostly at low speeds to get loads moving.
Need to know the voltage for proper connection procedures.
None - hp is power, amperes are electric current. You need a figure for volts as well as current. 1hp is roughly .75kW
A 5 kW generator would turn it over but if the full 30 hp of mechanical power is needed, that would require about 30 kW of electric power from the generator.
4,500 watts is 6.03 electric hp.
There are no standard electric OUTBOARD motors made for a boat that large. While submarines and sightseeing boats may use electric motors, they are not outboards, and are designed for the hull shape and size. The largest electric outboard I have seen is 3 hp- suitable for a 14 ft boat.
impossible to gauge without knowing the vehicle car/truck, mileage and year, or modifications, after 1995 they came in trucks with 230 hp.
It has a 149 HP electric motor and a 4 cylinder engine that powers a 74 HP generator that recharges the battery pack. The vehicle is solely powered by the battery pack and is not a hybrid in the truest sense.
Mine, with electric start and manual tilt, weights 160lbs.
Horse power is "Power" it is not speed. You would need more HP to be able to drive a large vehicle at the same speed as a small vehicle.
depending on the year and what vehicle it came from and with what options they are pretty close to 245hp-260hp
We need the year of the T/A to tell you.
The amount of copper in a particular motor is not determined by horsepower only, there is no relationship between the total weight of MAGNET WIRE to the HORSEPOWER of an electric motor. Determining factors are the vintage, frame, make, speed, and frame designation.
200 hp requires about 149kW
rocket what? an engine?, need to know the year and engine size.
it all depends on the vehicle but according to the information i looked up you gain around 12-20 horsepower
Horsepower is horsepower, so a 16 hp electric motor could, on the surface, replace a 16 hp gas motor. Things to consider, however, include RPM and torque. Gas engines are inefficient, to replace a 16 hp gas engine it would take only a 8 hp electric. standard closest size would be a 10 hp. I have done this several times on air compressors and hydraulic pumps.
About 6.5 hp.
rayquaza has 575 HP