File:Polispasto2.jpg

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Español: Poulies composées: Ilustración de un polispasto de dos poleas.
English: A gun tackle has a single pulley in both the fixed and moving blocks with 2 rope parts dividing the load of 100N. The mechanical advantage is 2, requiring a force of only 50N to lift the load.
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Source Wikipedia en Español
Author César Rincón


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current21:56, 6 January 2005Thumbnail for version as of 21:56, 6 January 2005375 × 599 (24 KB)DomPoulies composées

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