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Simple machine?

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Submitted : 2018-06-14 06:52:31    Popularity:     

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The purpose of any simple machine is to allow a job to be done with less force than would normally be needed. However, when a string of simple machines are added together to accomplish a task, the overall efficiency of the machine decreases. Write a brief

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I have read your comments. So after a lifetime of experience I need to say:- "This is not a question".
What did you ask? You said "Write my essay for me".
If you were serious you would have outlined your thoughts. Then asked something specific.
eg. I am using a lever on a pivot. Where is energy being lost in this? Why is the output less than what we predict?

These are questions that I could answer for you.

Or similar. THOSE are questions. I am violating the terms by making any comment without answering a question but the forum is for QUESTIONS. You have not asked even ONE question in the entire description. OK?

A simple machine is not 100% energy-efficient. There will be some loss of energy, for example through friction, or just in moving the parts of the machine, levers or gears, which absorbs some of the input energy.
A second maching linked to the first will also suffer some loss in the energy outputted by the first machine, and a third machine will suffer more loss again.

So if one machine transmits, for example, 95% of the input energy to the output, then a second machine will output 95% of 95%, or 90% of the original input. And a third machine will output 95% of 90%, that is about 86% of the original energy. And so on, losing another increment for every additional machine used.

Do your own homework.

1. I am not doing your homework for you

2. A series of simple machines doing different tasks, does not decrease efficiency. Take for example a packaging plant. You want to put potatoes in a can.

1. machine 1 drops potatoes into a can. So 1 machine mission done.

But no. we need to get potatoes there. get the small ones out. Find bad ones. we need to cook, place, seal and label.
This is a series of machines doing a job. Also better then a person can do. Maybe not as accurate, but for time/money income is involved.
Now compared to people doing this? I will take the machine and have a person on site to repair and debug when something goes wrong.

Otherwise help a brother out and let me see what the scope of your question is for.

When I thought about your question, I was thinking about using 2 or 3 motors on an item to do one task. Saw a saw has 3 motors on it to increase torque or horsepower to actually cut through a large piece of wood. Perhaps a single motor using more electricity should be used to do this simple task.

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