What would be done to increase the compressor speed on a belt driven compressor?
increase drive pulley size
What would be the part of ac compressor causing the car to whine at high speed when compress kick in?
That has to do with the a/c copmressor needing to be replaced. The odds are the compressor has probably seized. Because it is still connected to the belts driven off the engine ect, the sound you hear is the compressor being forced to turn. It's not actually working. Drive around with the a/c off until you get a new one.
Short Answer: Because it takes power from the engine to operate the A/C compressor. More detailed answer: Under a given load, an engine will operate at a given speed when a certain amount of fuel is provided. If you don't increase the fuel, but you increase the load (by turning on the A/C compressor), something has to give, and the engine operates a bit more slowly. Therefore, you would have to press on the gas…
An equation that relates three basic quantities for waves in general is:speed = wavelength x frequency In this case, if you increase the speed (without changing the wavelength), the frequency would have to increase; on the other hand, if you increase the wavelength (without changing the speed), the frequency would go decrease.
When you increase the tension on a piece of wire the speed of waves on it increase but the wavelength stays constant what happens to the frequency of the waves as the tension the wire is increased?
How can you find a connection diagram for an external AC motor to spin the alternator for charging a car battery?
The theory to " spin" the alternator is the same as spinning an air compressor. The ac motor, whether a single plase or industrial three phase motor, to turn the belt or chain driven item,alternator or air compressor pump. the schematic for an air compressor would give you this answer for the a.c.app.
If the planet increased its speed of rotation would we increase our weight decrease or notice no difference?
interesting question and a little hard to understand, but I'll give you some different views and , in chemistry heat will increase the speed of a reaction by making particle vibrate faster in physics heat can increase friction, which would indirectly affect speed, more clarification on the question would help but i hope this helps
Which is true when a radial compressor and an axial compressor with equal air flow and revolution are compared?
I don't understand the question. It would appear that you wish to compare a centrifugal compressor and an axial flow compressor operating at the same speed and delivering equal flow rates. What is the process fluid? What is the question? Is the "equal air flow" the mass flow rate? At what pressure differential would you like to consider these machines? What is it that you wish to compare? Is it weight, frontal area, mechanical efficiency…
Any force in the direction she's moving will cause her speed to increase. The more force you use, the faster her speed will increase. If you want to increase her speed by 2 m per sec in one second, then you want her acceleration to be (change in speed)/(time for the change) = 2/1 = 2 m/sec2 . F = M A = (50) (2) = 100 newtons If you want to increase her speed…