Monday, 26 January 2015


A twisting force that becomes a cause of rotation is called torque. "A key element in these force and torque balances is the hydrodynamic shear force and torque that the cell experiences when stationary on a planar surface."

The twisting effect may be generated by a torque, a torque. In circular sections, the effect of these loads is a torsional shear and torsional deflection (twisting angle).
As critical variables in the power transmission has torque, power and rotational speed.

Torque = Force x distance

T = F x d (54)

Being units of torque, Nm or N-mm in the international system, and lb-inch or lb-ft, in the English system.

Power = torque x rotation speed 

P = T x n (56)