The brake power (B.P.) of the engine is given by (where W = Brake load or dead load in newtons, l = Length of arm in metres, N = Speed of engine in r.p.m., S = Spring balance reading in newtons, D = Dia. of brake drum in metres, and d = Dia. of rope in metres)

A. B.P = (Wl × 2πN)/60 watts

B. B.P = [(W - S) πDN]/60 watts

C. B.P = [(W - S) π (D + d) N]/60 watts

D. All of these

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