# Search Results for Query: pressure

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### Reference Frames: "space AND time" and "spacetime"

...components of gravity are energy density, momentum density, and pressure (parts of a stress-energy tensor, the electromagnetic field has a stress...
Post by: nsaspook, Sep 26, 2014 at 5:15 PM in forum: Physics
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### Tension in a wire Vs. force applied by a tensioned wire

...up the tension. - Keep in mind that I do not currently have the pressure regulator, and once I extend the cylinders, my dimensions (distances between...
Post by: strantor, Sep 22, 2014 in forum: Physics
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### Tension in a wire Vs. force applied by a tensioned wire

...drawing. The support structures of the driver and driven end seem all important to calculating the dynamic cable tension and cutting pressure.
Post by: inwo, Sep 22, 2014 in forum: Physics
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### Tension in a wire Vs. force applied by a tensioned wire

...way to do it? And now here is what I WANT to do, by installing a pressure regulator on the cylinders: To represent the pressure-regulated cylinders,...
Post by: strantor, Sep 22, 2014 in forum: Physics
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### Tension in a wire Vs. force applied by a tensioned wire

...You are measuring the wire tension with a load cell and the pressure with some sort of gauge on the regulator. How are you measuring the force on...
Post by: studiot, Sep 22, 2014 in forum: Physics
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### Tension in a wire Vs. force applied by a tensioned wire

Agreed. I don't follow. I'm using the term "Force applied" to describe that force which the advancing wire presses against the round object. Is that...
Post by: strantor, Sep 22, 2014 in forum: Physics
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### Tension in a wire Vs. force applied by a tensioned wire

...bottom out, and the tension is always a function of hydraulic pressure. BUT that is not always true; the trolleys will be driven in to the point that...
Post by: strantor, Sep 22, 2014 in forum: Physics
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### Tension in a wire Vs. force applied by a tensioned wire

...say cable stretches, cylinders will move to account for this and pressure will resume its selected level. the force applied will remain constant...
Post by: Kermit2, Sep 22, 2014 in forum: Physics
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### Tension in a wire Vs. force applied by a tensioned wire

Why is this? It seems to me that pressure in the cylinder should be directly proportional to tension in the wire, assuming a pressure regulator is...
Post by: strantor, Sep 22, 2014 in forum: Physics
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### Tension in a wire Vs. force applied by a tensioned wire

if your pressure regulator is maintaining a constant tension in your wire then you will be maintaining a constant force on your target object. Only...
Post by: Kermit2, Sep 22, 2014 in forum: Physics
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### Tension in a wire Vs. force applied by a tensioned wire

Couple things. 1. Measurement (and control) of hyd. pressure could replace load cell. 2. Cable tension could be measured rather than calculated. Use...
Post by: inwo, Sep 21, 2014 in forum: Physics
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### Tension in a wire Vs. force applied by a tensioned wire

...to see if adding weight will reach equilibrium, with fixed hyd. pressure.. As the cable deflects, more of the force vector is directed down. By the...
Post by: inwo, Sep 21, 2014 in forum: Physics
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### Tension in a wire Vs. force applied by a tensioned wire

Referring to your second picture. Picturing weight rather than forces. The weight of object (apparatus is weightless and frictionless), Weight of...
Post by: inwo, Sep 21, 2014 in forum: Physics