• ##### marked in units of torque
• The indicator beam's free end is free to travel over a calibrated scale attached to the lever or handle, marked in units of torque. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### magnitude of the torque
• where τ {\displaystyle {\boldsymbol {\tau }}} is the torque vector and τ {\displaystyle \tau } is the magnitude of the torque, r is the position vector (a vector from the origin of the coordinate system defined to the point where the force is applied) F is the force vector, × denotes the cross product,which is defined as magnitudes of the respective vectors times sin θ. (wikipedia.org)
• Thus, the end of the indicating beam points to the magnitude of the torque that is currently being applied. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### transducer
• A torque transducer, similar to a load cell, is an electronic device used to convert torque into an electrical signal. (wikipedia.org)
• A digital display is used to measure the output signal from the transducer and calculates that reading into a torque value that is displayed on screen. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### shaft
• Hi Everyone, I am working on a project which requires me to determine the torque on the impeller shaft of stirred tank. (physicsforums.com)
• Also, is there another way to measure shaft torque that I am not thinking of? (physicsforums.com)
• A thin strip of amorphous magnetic alloy was bonded onto the surface of the shaft, formed into a chevron shape, then the torque applied to the shaft was detected from the difference in the inductance of the detection coil wound around the strip. (sae.org)
• Effective torque will often be 5-15% lower than the shaft or crank ratings of an engine due to a loss through the drivetrain. (wikipedia.org)
• A torque tube system is a drive shaft technology, often used in automobiles with a front engine and rear drive. (wikipedia.org)
• Torque limiters may be packaged as a shaft coupling or as a hub for sprocket or sheave. (wikipedia.org)
• A synchronous magnetic torque limiter uses permanent magnets mounted to each shaft, with an air gap between. (wikipedia.org)
• An over-torque condition pushes the balls out of their detents, thereby decoupling the shaft. (wikipedia.org)
• Torque limiting types will limit the torque by slipping (i.e. letting the drive shaft run faster than the driven shaft. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### coil
• It employs the principle of applying torque to a deflecting beam rather than a coil spring. (wikipedia.org)
• The combination of the panhard rod and the torque tube allows the easy implementation of soft coil springs in the rear to give good ride quality[citation needed]. (wikipedia.org)
• For many of those years, Chevrolet used the torque tube to compete in cost, while Buick used it so as to be able to use coil springs for a softer ride than traditional leaf springs. (wikipedia.org)
• Buick started using coil springs in the 1930s and used the torque tube as the main rear axle locating arm. (wikipedia.org)
• After the merger of Nash and Hudson in 1954, American Motors Corporation (AMC) continued to use the coil spring and torque tube rear suspension design on their large-sized cars (Rambler Classic and Ambassador) from the 1956 through the 1966 model year. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### citation needed
• The "torque tube" transmits this force by directly coupling the axle differential to the transmission and therefore propels the car forward by pushing on the engine/transmission and then through the engine mounts to the car frame[citation needed]. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### Units
• For more on the units of torque, see Units. (wikipedia.org)
• Torque Pharmaceuticals is an Indian pharmaceutical company with production units at Issapur, Derabassi in Punjab and at Jharmajri, Baddi in Himachal Pradesh. (wikipedia.org)
• It is the ratio of torque capability to volume and is expressed in units of torque per volume. (wikipedia.org)
• In SI units, torque density is expressed in joules per cubic metre or equivalently newton-metres per cubic metre (though dimensionally equivalent to the pascal, that is usually not used for this purpose). (wikipedia.org)
• In U.S. customary units, torque density is expressed in foot-pounds force per cubic foot, or inch-pounds force per cubic inch or ounce-force inches per cubic inch. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### shear
• A torque limiter may limit the torque by slipping (as in a friction plate slip-clutch), or uncouple the load entirely (as in a shear pin). (wikipedia.org)
• ##### sensor
• You may want to look at the torque sensor/arrangements used on engine dynamometers. (physicsforums.com)
• A highly sensitive, non-contact torque sensor was developed using amorphous magnetic alloy. (sae.org)
• A highly sensitive torque sensor having outstanding linearity could be made by selecting a magnetic working point and stress working point to apply to the amorphous magnetic alloy and by optimum arrangement of the heat treatment and bonding processes. (sae.org)
• ##### 1994
• Since 1994 it is possible to torque tighten bolts without the use of a reaction arm, and thus without pinch point. (wikipedia.org)
• A manufacturing unit was set up at Derabassi, Himachal Pradesh in 1994 and the company was named as Torque Pharmaceuticals Pvt. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### Similarly
• Similarly with any force couple on an object that has no change to its angular momentum, such moment is also not called a torque. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### throttle
• If the engine starts to slow down relative to the desired speed, the current will be increased, the motor will develop more torque, pulling against the return spring and opening the throttle. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### metres
• A force of three newtons applied two metres from the fulcrum, for example, exerts the same torque as a force of one newton applied six metres from the fulcrum. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### differential
• where Tw is wheel torque, Te is engine torque, N is the gear ratio, η is the efficiency, and the subscripts t and f are for the gearbox and differential, respectively. (wikipedia.org)
• A differential transfers engine torque to the wheels. (wikipedia.org)
• Torque vectoring technology provides the differential with the ability to vary the torque to each wheel. (wikipedia.org)
• Some newer front-wheel drive vehicles also have a basic torque vectoring differential. (wikipedia.org)
• The torque vectoring idea builds on the basic principles of a standard differential. (wikipedia.org)
• A torque vectoring differential performs basic differential tasks while also transmitting torque independently between wheels. (wikipedia.org)
• This electronic system tells the differential when and how to vary the torque. (wikipedia.org)
• The differential only varies torque between two wheels. (wikipedia.org)
• The differential monitors these forces, and adjusts torque accordingly. (wikipedia.org)
• When one wheel begins to slip, the differential can reduce the torque to that wheel, effectively braking the wheel. (wikipedia.org)
• The differential also increases torque to the opposite wheel, helping balance the power output and keep the vehicle stable. (wikipedia.org)
• A basic torque vectoring differential varies torque between the front and rear wheels. (wikipedia.org)
• If needed, the differential can transfer more torque between the front and rear wheels to improve vehicle performance. (wikipedia.org)
• The differential monitors each wheel independently, and distributes available torque to match current conditions. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### Turbine
• Torque was developed as part of the Turbine Framework. (wikipedia.org)
• Starting with version 2.2 Turbine uses the decoupled Torque. (wikipedia.org)
• The maximum torque an electric motor can produce in the long term when stalled without causing damage is called the maximum continuous stall torque A hydrodynamic torque multiplier (torque converter) produces stall torque when the load prevents the turbine (output stage) from rotating while the pump (input stage) is being driven. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### occurs
• Friction torque is the torque caused by the frictional force that occurs when two objects in contact move. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### bolts
• A torque wrench is used where the tightness of screws and bolts is crucial. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### capability
• They add the capability to transfer torque between individual wheels. (wikipedia.org)
• Torque has been awarded NSIC-CRISIL SE1B credit rating for 'Highest Performance Capability & Moderate Financial Strength', NDA (Uganda) Certification, Certification from Pharmacy & Poisons Board (Kenya) and is a member of Basic Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals & Cosmetics Export Promotion Council (CHEMEXCIL), Delhi Chamber of Commerce, Pharmexil and Pharmabiz. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### ratio
• It may be a part of an assembly of multiple gearsets used to primarily reduce speed and multiply torque as well as perform ratio changes. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### proxy
• But the easiest way might be to use a DC electric motor to drive the stirrer, vary the voltage to adjust the RPM, then monitor the motor current which is a very good proxy for motor torque. (physicsforums.com)
• A torque wrench measures torque as a proxy for bolt tension. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### strain gauges
• I understand torque measurement is also possible using strain gauges in a Wheatstone bridge configuration, however I have consulted with a few of my professors and it seems that this method lacks the robustness and accuracy necessary for our application. (physicsforums.com)
• Torque transducers of one or two strain gauges are also available. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### measurement
• Measuring bolt tension (indirectly via bolt stretch) is actually what is desired, but often torque is the only practical measurement which can be made. (wikipedia.org)
• Brief History of Torque Measurement Fastening: How Tight Is Tight? (wikipedia.org)
• ##### Queue
• The Terascale Open-source Resource and QUEue Manager ( TORQUE ) is a derivative of PBS scheduler. (softpanorama.org)
• In Torque a scheduler is decoupled from the queue, job and process management. (softpanorama.org)
• The Terascale Open-source Resource and QUEue Manager (TORQUE) is a distributed resource manager providing control over batch jobs and distributed compute nodes. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### lateral
• By contrast, a lateral force on a beam produces a moment (called a bending moment), but since the angular momentum of the beam is not changing, this bending moment is not called a torque. (wikipedia.org)
• The impact of torque distribution is the generation of yaw moment arising from longitudinal forces and changes to the lateral resistance generated by each tyre. (wikipedia.org)
• Since the torque tube does not constrain the axle in the lateral (side-to-side) direction a panhard rod is often used for this purpose. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### friction
• Acceleration of the fluid indeed won't show up at the wall, but once it reaches steady state viscous friction wlll make torque show up there. (physicsforums.com)
• Friction torque can be disruptive in engineering. (wikipedia.org)
• Ball bearings are an example of an attempt to minimize the friction torque. (wikipedia.org)
• Friction torque can also be an asset in engineering. (wikipedia.org)
• When a golf ball hits the ground it begins to spin in part because of the friction torque applied to the golf ball from the friction between the golf ball and the ground. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### stationary
• External rotary and stationary transducers can be used with portable displays (handheld torque analyzers). (wikipedia.org)
• ##### engine
• This means that, under normal driving conditions, the front wheels receive a set percentage of the engine torque, and the rear wheels receive the rest. (wikipedia.org)
• In the case of a petrol (gasoline) or Diesel engine, the stall torque may refer to the torque load that causes the engine to stall. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### rotation
• The torque vector points along the axis of the rotation that the force vector (starting from rest) would initiate. (wikipedia.org)
• The unbalanced torque on a body along axis of rotation determines the rate of change of the body's angular momentum, τ = d L d t {\displaystyle {\boldsymbol {\tau }}={\frac {\mathrm {d} \mathbf {L} }{\mathrm {d} t}}} where L is the angular momentum vector and t is time. (wikipedia.org)
• A torque motor that cannot perform a complete rotation is known as a limited angle torque motor. (wikipedia.org)
• This system equally limits torque in both directions of rotation and also works with the sun gear as the input. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### reaction
• The most dangerous part of a hydraulic torque wrench is the reaction member, often called reaction arm. (wikipedia.org)
• The torque effect experienced in helicopters and single propeller-powered aircraft is an example of Isaac Newton's third law of motion that "for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction" In helicopters, the result of the torque effect is a tendency of the main rotor to want to turn the fuselage in the opposite direction from the rotor. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### lever
• When it is called moment of force, it is commonly denoted by M. The magnitude of torque of a rigid body depends on three quantities: the force applied, the lever arm vector connecting the origin to the point of force application, and the angle between the force and lever arm vectors. (wikipedia.org)
• A force applied at a right angle to a lever multiplied by its distance from the lever's fulcrum (the length of the lever arm) is its torque. (wikipedia.org)
• The direction of the torque can be determined by using the right hand grip rule: if the fingers of the right hand are curled from the direction of the lever arm to the direction of the force, then the thumb points in the direction of the torque. (wikipedia.org)
• When the wrench is used to apply torque, the lever bends and the indicating beam stays straight. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### stops
• Use your torque wrench to rotate the plug until it stops. (everything2.com)
• The action of a torque limiter is especially useful to limit any damage due to crash stops and jams. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### cordless
• Many cordless drills incorporate this type of torque limiter in a planetary gearset. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### effectively
• A magnetic particle clutch can be used effectively as a torque limiter. (wikipedia.org)
• In this mode of operation, the motor will apply a steady torque to the load (hence the name). (wikipedia.org)
• ##### permits
• This permits Torque to use XML validation to validate the "data" component against the "schema" component of the target application. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### loud
• Less than 30 seconds into Torque , a loud, rowdy biker-circus of a movie packed with high-speed, lowbrow motorcycle nonsense, and underscored by plenty of maximum-volume noise, a studly biker named Ford (played by Martin Henderson) disses a pair of angry hot rodders, popping a "screw you" wheelie as he burns up the road right between the two of them. (metroactive.com)
• This firing makes a loud click and gives a visual indication that the desired torque has been met. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### clutch
• 30/09/08 - Norman G Clark supply Horton DriveMaster fan clutch drives that help OEM's to create the high torque needed to turn the 32-inch diameter fans. (ferret.com.au)
• A torque limiting device is also known as an overload clutch. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### freely
• TORQUE may be freely used, modified, and distributed under the constraints of the included license . (softpanorama.org)
• When the torque transmitted through the gearset reaches a determinate amount, the torque acting on the annulus causes it to unlock from its ball detents and freely rotate, causing power to be diverted from the load on the sun gear to the annulus and thereby stalling the output until torque is reduced to an amount where the ball detents can lock the annulus again. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### opposite
• In a single-propeller plane, the result of the torque effect is a tendency of the plane to want to turn upwards and left in response to the propeller wanting to turn (bank) the plane in the opposite direction of the propeller spin. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### continuous
• Their main differences from other similar motors are their wide diameters, to allow for high levels of torque, and their thermal performance, to allow their continuous operation while drawing high current in a stalled state. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### automobiles
• The most common use of torque vectoring in automobiles today is in all-wheel drive vehicles. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### unlike
• Unlike most other object-relational mappers, Torque does not use reflection to access user-provided classes, but it generates the necessary classes (including the Data Objects) from an XML document and DTD describing the database schema (which can either be written by hand or generated from an existing database). (wikipedia.org)
• ##### magnetic
• A common example is "cogging torque" due to slight asymmetries in the magnetic field generated by the motor windings, which causes variations in the reluctance depending on the rotor position. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### output
• It may also mean the torque load that causes the output rotational speed of a device to become zero, i.e., to cause stalling. (wikipedia.org)
• The load carrying beam is straight and runs from head to handle, it deflects when torque is applied. (wikipedia.org)
• Disconnect types will uncouple the drive, with little or no residual torque making its way to the load. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### beam
• The beam type torque wrench was developed in between late 1920s and early 1930s by Walter Percy Chrysler for the Chrysler Corporation and a company known as Micromatic Hone. (wikipedia.org)
• A more sophisticated variation of the beam type torque wrench has a dial gauge indicator on its body that can be configured to give a visual indication, or electrical indication, or both when a preset torque is reached. (wikipedia.org)
• The dual-signal deflecting beam torque wrench was patented by the Australian Warren and Brown company in 1948. (wikipedia.org)
• The wrench functions in the same general way as an ordinary beam torque wrench. (wikipedia.org)
• The deflecting beam torque wrench differs from the ordinary beam torque wrench in how it utilizes this relative displacement. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### twist
• If your torque wrench has a twist in it, you may not be able to hold down more than a few pins. (everything2.com)
• Just as a linear force is a push or a pull, a torque can be thought of as a twist to an object. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### depends
• Torque density is a system property since it depends on the design of each element of the component being examined and their interconnection. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### prevents
• In particular, this prevents XSLT being applied to a Torque schema in a useful manner. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### Maximum
• To get a feel for the maximum value of torque , use the flat side of the pick to push all the pins down, and try applying enough torque to make the pins stay down after the pick is remove d. (everything2.com)
• ##### force
• More generally, the torque on a particle (which has the position r in some reference frame) can be defined as the cross product: τ = r × F , {\displaystyle {\boldsymbol {\tau }}=\mathbf {r} \times \mathbf {F} ,} where r is the particle's position vector relative to the fulcrum, and F is the force acting on the particle. (wikipedia.org)
• Any force directed parallel to the particle's position vector does not produce a torque. (wikipedia.org)
• It follows from the properties of the cross product that the torque vector is perpendicular to both the position and force vectors. (wikipedia.org)
• In the computer gaming world, torque motors are used in force feedback steering wheels. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### free
• TORQUE is described by its developers as open-source software, using the OpenPBS version 2.3 license and as non-free software by the Debian Free Software Guidelines due to license issues. (wikipedia.org)
• Project Torque was the free North American version of Level-R. It is a multiplayer online racing game (MMORG) with partially chargeable content, or micro-transactions. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### example
• For example, a vehicle might have a standard torque distribution of 90% to the front wheels and 10% to the rear. (wikipedia.org)
• Torque motors can be used as actuators for direct drive mechanisms in some situations where otherwise geared electric motors would be used: for example, in motion control systems or servomechanisms. (wikipedia.org)
• A simple example is found in a fixed-spool fishing reel, where the slipping torque is set by means of a large hand nut in order that the reel will turn and allow more line to unwind before the line breaks under the pull of a fish. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### wheels
• This new distribution spreads the torque more evenly between all four wheels. (wikipedia.org)
• These differentials build on basic torque transfer between front and rear wheels. (wikipedia.org)
• The "torque" that is referred to in the name is not that of the driveshaft, along the axis of the car, but that applied by the wheels. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### common
• The most common mistake of beginner s is to use too much torque. (everything2.com)
• A small tail rotor is the most common configuration to counter the torque effect. (wikipedia.org)
• A common application of a torque motor would be the supply- and take-up reel motors in a tape drive. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### similar
• The Chevrolet Chevette (1976-1988) and the similar Pontiac T-1000 used a torque tube and center bearing. (wikipedia.org)
• ##### Power
• I am also aware that I could calculate the torque using the equation P=2πτN (Power = 2π × torque × rotational speed), however this method lacks significant accuracy as well. (physicsforums.com)
• The REPLACEMENT TORQUE CAMS are DYNO PROVEN to out power stock cams to over 7000 rpm. (google.com)