Exercise 2 Assemble a chain drive on parker trainer and perform the following

# Exercise 2 assemble a chain drive on parker trainer

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Exercise 2:Assemble a chain drive on parker trainer and perform the following calculations:Obervations:Chain number:Sprocket driver number:Sprocket driven number:# teeth driver:# teeth driven:Central distance:Speed settingActual speed of driverActual speed drivenActual VRTheoretical VRResults: Exercise 1 part A)
Part b) Sprockets Manufacturer ID # Sprocket type (A,B,C) Pitch # teeth 50A16 Martin 00160379 A 5/8 16 50BS15 Martin 00169787 B 5/8 15 50 C16 martin 00191456 C 5/8 16 50A16: Bore diameter: .6250 in Pitch diameter: 3.2036 50BS15: Bore Dia: 1 in Pitch diameter: 3.0061 in 50 C16 Bore dia: .625 in Pitch dia: 3.2036 in Exercise 2: Obervations: Chain number: R540 Sprocket driver number: 40310F1/2 Sprocket driven number: H40H204 # teeth driver: 10 # teeth driven: 24 Central distance: 20.25 in Speed setting Actual speed of driver Actual speed driven Actual VR Theoretical VR Sr. No Type Nomenclature Pitch Roller dia Inside width Plate thicknes s Application area 1 Stnd. Roller chain #40 ½ 5/16 5/16 .06 Bike 2 Double pitch chain 2040 1 .31 .31 .06 Conveyer belt 3 Double strand chain 60-2 ¾ .469 .5 .094 Conveyer belt 4 Silent chain SC 10 12 5/4 .75 3 .375 Conveyer belt 5 Heavy duty chain 80H 1 5/8 5/8 .156 Bulldozer
4 20.7 8.7 2.4 2.4 5 36.5 14.5 2.5 2.4 6 41 17 2.4 2.4 Conclusions (Post lab): In this lab we further understood how to classify chains, parameters, applications of different chains, and how to assemble them. Post Lab: 1)Give factors affecting the selection of chainsHP, shaft speed, load, shaft diameter, center distance, chain length2)State the methods of lubrication chain drives 3)List 5 common lubricants that are used in chain drives and explain their advantages and disadvantages.