**A shaft runs at 80 rpm & drives another shaft at 150 rpm through belt drive. The diameter of the driving pulley is 600 mm. Determine the diameter of the driven pulley in the following cases: (i) Taking belt thickness as 5 mm. (ii) Assuming for belt thickness 5 mm and total slip of 4%.**

Ans.: Given data; N1 = 80 rpm. N2 =150 rpm. D1= 600 mm. S = 4 % To find; D2 =?;

(i) Case I: Taking t = 5 mm. Velocity ratio, (V.R.) N2/N1 = (D1 + t)/ (D2 + t)

150/80 = (600 + 5)/ (D2 + 5)

Therefore, diameter of driven pulley D2 = 317.66 mm ~ 318mm

(ii) Case II: Assuming for belt thickness 5 mm and total slip of 4%. Velocity ratio, (V.R.) N2/N1 = {(D1 + t)/ (D2 + t)} × {1- (S/100)}

150/80 = {(600 + 5) / (D2 + 5)} × {1- (4/100)

Therefore, diameter of driven pulley D2 = 304.76 mm ~ 305 mm