When it is possible to have mechanical advantage greater than velocity ratio?
Asked by amarmahato4028 | 10th Jan, 2019, 01:30: PM
No this case is not possible.
For any machine its efficiency is defined as
And its already been known no machine is 100 percent efficient.
So velocity ratio will always be greater than mechanical advantage.
Answered by Ankit K | 10th Jan, 2019, 08:13: PM
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