[Bell Historians] Centre of mass

Richard Offen richard.offen at i7x9zEUvCr8Ryxs7NWoOvrp7IWrdz9fNLx8_rry6_7cVc-8-vJOme8DKsAPw-mkDZ37r_Y85uC3EFt9pxu15mrUK7Dg.yahoo.invalid
Sun Jan 11 21:52:40 GMT 2009

The 'hang' as it is called will probably vary depending on the bell's
position in the ring and number in the ring - i.e. if it's the treble of
twelve the hang could be greater than the treble of six.   Probably better
to find one or two towers near you that have been rehung by Taylors (not
difficult, as they are plentiful!) and measure.





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Could anyone advise me, please, of the approximate distance is between the
centre of mass and the axis of rotation for a modern Taylor bell of weight
about 5cwt. or could direct me to sources of information on this subject?

Ron East


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