EXPERIMENTAL STUDY AND ANALYSIS OF FLAT BELT CONVEYER SYSTEM WITH DIFFERENT R.P.M.
In this paper, we are study about flat belt conveyer system with different R.P.M. such as 50,100,150,200,250 and 300 R.P.M. In this study, it is also included that the observations the different load carrying capacity (Grams) at different working time (Hours). The flat belt conveyer system is very important for the purpose of the material handling system from one place to other place, which is directly depended on the effective length of belt as 1800 mm. In this system we are used the D.C. motor drive system for the purpose of the loading and unloading condition of metallic hook , which is attached the lower portion of flat belt.
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