How Do You Calculate Brake Horsepower?


You calculate brake horsepower using the formula: [ BHP=(GPMXTDH(ft.)XS.G.)/(3960XPump Efficiency) ]. An alternative simple formula is: torque, foot-lbÑ rpm/5252 = horsepower.
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How to Calculate Brake Horsepower
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