Torque (Moment of force)

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The following units are included in this section:

 

ID

Unit

Definition

Wikipedia page and other notes

1

newton metre (N·m)

-

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newton_metre

The same as “kilonewton millimetre”

2

newton centimetre (N·cm)

10-2 N·m

 

3

newton millimetre (N·mm)

10-3 N·m

The same as “millinewton metre”

4

millinewton metre (mN·m)

10-3 N·m

The same as “millinewton metre”

5

millinewton centimetre (mN·cm)

10-5 N·m

 

6

millinewton millimetre (mN·mm)

10-6 N·m

 

7

kilonewton metre (kN·m)

103 N·m

 

8

kilonewton centimetre (kN·cm)

10 N·m

 

9

kilonewton millimetre (kN·mm)

1 N·m

The same as “newton metre”

10

meganewton metre (MN·m)

106 N·m

 

11

meganewton centimetre (MN·cm)

104 N·m

 

12

meganewton millimetre (MN·mm)

103 N·m

 

13

giganewton metre (GN·m)

109 N·m

 

14

giganewton centimetre (GN·cm)

107 N·m

 

15

giganewton millimetre (GN·mm)

106 N·m

 

16

kilopond metre (kp·m)

9.80665 N·m

The same as “kilogram-force metre”

17

kilopond centimetre (kp·cm)

9.80665×10-2 N·m

The same as “kilogram-force centimetre”

18

kilopond millimetre (kp·mm)

9.80665×10-3 N·m

The same as “kilogram-force millimetre”

19

kilogram-force metre (kgf·m)

9.80665 N·m

The same as “kilopond metre”

20

kilogram-force centimetre (kgf·cm)

9.80665×10-2 N·m

The same as “kilopond centimetre”

21

kilogram-force millimetre (kgf·mm)

9.80665×10-3 N·m

The same as “kilopond millimetre”

22

gram-force metre

9.80665×10-3 N·m

 

23

gram-force centimetre

9.80665×10-5 N·m

 

24

gram-force millimetre

9.80665×10-6 N·m

 

25

dyne metre (dyn·m)

10-5 N·m

 

26

dyne centimetre (dyn·cm)

 

10-7 N·m

 

27

dyne millimetre (dyn·mm)

10-8 N·m

 

28

pound-force inch (lbf·in)

0.1129848290276167 N·m

 

29

pound-force foot (lbf·ft)

12 lbf·in

 

30

ounce-force inch (ozf·in)

0.0625 lbf·in

 

31

ounce-force foot (ozf·ft)

12 ozf·in

 

32

poundal inch (pdl·in)

0.0035116758411504 N·m

 

33

poundal foot (pdl·ft)

12 pdl·in

 

 

All the above definitions of the various units are EXACT.

Note: In the above, a period (.) is used to indicate the decimal place and a comma (,) is used to separate groups of thousands.

 

Type of conversion relationship: DIRECTLY PROPORTIONAL (y=ax)

Example conversion diagram (see two units in bold above):

Torque