0.5 horse power
25-30 horse power.
Horse power is a rating on the motor, it has nothing to do with the transmission.
The code book rating of a 1 HP motor at 115 volts is 16 amps. The same 1 HP motor at 230 volts is 8 amps. Where an amperage rating is needed for motor overload protection, always use the motor's nameplate rating as the exact current will be established by the manufacturer of the motor.
V6's ranged anywhere from 200-212hp
The GM 366 motor has a horse power of 300 at 4,400 RPM. The 366 engine is an?æeight cylinder with 6-liter engine.?æ
As a rule of thumb amps horse power rating can can be estimated as 115 volts motor, single phase, 14amps/hp 230 volts motor, single phase, 7amps/hp
No, both of those motors should deliver 1 HP of mechanical power while staying within their temperature rating.
The RPM of the motor will momentarily slow down, the current will go higher until the motor gets up to speed again. The motor will then go back to normal operation. If the load is in excess of the horse power rating of the motor, the motor will go into overload and the current will go higher that nameplate rating. If left in this condition the overload protection should trip the motor off line. If there is no protection on the motor, the life span of the motor is shortened likely from insulation failure.
Mutli speed furnace motors work on a basis of horse power verses work load. The motor actually contains multiple windings or you could say multiple motors. Each of the windings has a specific horse power rating at a given work load. For example, a 3 speed 1/2 horse power motor is actually 3 different horse powers. High is 1/2 hp - medium is 1/3 hp - low is 1/4 hp. As the motor horse power is decreased the motor will slow down under a given or constant work load. Technically there is no such thing as a multi speed motor but in actuality a multi horse power motor.
The Harley Davidson 110 cubic inch motor produce a conservative 80 horse power
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