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