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how we calculate the torque of engine.

By Umesh on Nov 14, 2009

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  • Expert Hi,
    Torque of an engine can be caluculated using formula
    T=60000 P/ 2*3.14*N Newton meter.
    where
    T = Torque in Newtons
    P=Power of engine in KW
    N=RPM of crankshaft

    Answer by Shiva Shankar on Nov 14, 2009

  • The torque and the power output of engines vary across a range of revolutions. To physically measure torque, you will have to connect your engine to a dynamometer. The horsepower can then be calculated since you will first get the torque measurements. If you find a dynamometer, all the calculations you will need will be right there!
    Answer by B S Kumar on Nov 15, 2009

  • Expert Hi,
    Why do you want to measure Torque? What exactly is your problem?. If it is an academic nature, my two friends above
    have given the Answer. But Practically I thought some one will give the answer.
    Bye
    Answer by Dr P C Rao on Nov 16, 2009

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