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For example, here's how to convert 5 newtons to pound-force using the formula above. Newtons The newton is a unit to for measuring force equal to the force needed to move one kilogram of mass at a rate of one meter per second squared.
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Click or tap to find out how! When force is applied to objects in a certain way, they rotate. This inclination of objects to rotate under the influence of a force is torque.
Torque depends on the force and the distance between the axis of rotation of the object and the place where the force producing the rotation is applied.
The force here is a vector, therefore even if its magnitude stays the same, it changes with the change of the angle between the direction at which the force is applied and the lever.
In particular, if the force acting upon the lever is perpendicular to the lever, the torque is the strongest, and it decreases to zero as the direction of the force aligns with the lever.
In essence, torque represents what combination of the magnitude of force and distance is needed and in what direction force needs to be applied to produce a given amount of rotation.
You can see this in the illustration. Here the forces marked as F2, F3, and F5 are perpendicular to the line, which connects the point of the application of force and the center of the helm.
They produce maximum torque. Forces F1 and F4 are not perpendicular to the line connecting the point of force application and the center of rotation, and because of this, the torque is reduced.
When performing a specific task that involves rotating an object using force, one would need a given amount of torque.
Because the resulting torque is affected by the magnitude and the direction of the force as well as the distance from the axis of rotation to the point of application of force, one can manipulate either the force or the distance to attain a certain amount of torque.
This property has been used by people for thousands of years. Generally, it is easier to increase the distance between the object and the point where the force is applied, than to increase the force, so when human or animal power is not sufficient to complete a given task that involves rotation, people have been increasing the distance, often by using levers and other devices, to increase the torque.
For example, to grind flour at the mill or to lift a heavy bridge, people or animals rotated devices with long handles around their axis and increased the human or animal power by the coefficient, equal to the increase in the distance between the axis of the rotating object and the point of force application.
Another example of manipulating torque is in bicycle pedals. The length of our own legs is limited, therefore the pedal length cannot extend beyond a certain length, but pedals still make it easier to move the bicycle.
Some people, especially in developing countries where some modern technology is not freely available or is expensive, modify bicycle pedals, wheels, or entire frames with two wheels to make hand-operated machines.
One example is of making a hand-operated wheelchair from the bicycle pedals and recycled wheelchair parts. In this case, the pedals could be slightly extended to allow for better torque, although depending on the design such extensions may make the operation of the wheelchair less convenient.
We also use a wrench to increase torque. The design of a wrench allows a good grip for nuts and bolts and has a long handle to magnify the force applied with the wrench.
Some jobs require only a small wrench, but to turn a bolt that is really stuck, for example, if it rusted, a wrench with a longer handle is better, because it increases torque.
If no wrench is available, it is possible to use pliers instead. Their long handles produce the same effect as the handles of a wrench, although they may offer less grip and can damage a nut or bolt head.
A wrench is designed in such a way that if the right size is chosen, no additional force is necessary for gripping. When using pliers, however, one needs to apply force to bring the two handles closer together and grip the object, in addition to the force needed to rotate this object.
Therefore wrenches are more energy-effective for many applications. In some cases, pliers are better, however, because they allow one to vary the size of the object being gripped.
They can also more easily be used at an angle. Applying force at an angle may decrease the torque, but it is useful in situations when the object being rotated is hard to reach.
Rubber grip tools that help with opening tightly-closed jars are similar to wrenches. The rubber grip is not related to torque, it simply prevents the tool from slipping off the lid.
The handle does increase torque, however. The longer this handle — the more our initial force is magnified. A flywheel is a good example of a device that uses torque to generate energy, that is then stored within the flywheel for further use.
The torque increases the speed at which the wheel rotates and increases the stored energy. When the energy is needed, torque is applied again to slow down the rotation and the energy is released.
These devices are useful when the energy supply is not continuous — they can provide energy when the original energy supply dwindles. A vehicle engine is a good example of this.
In the engine, the energy released through burning the fuel comes in bursts, and the flywheel collects it and ensures a constant supply. In some cases the opposite is necessary.
Flywheels also allow releasing an amount of energy larger, than the original source can provide. In this case, the energy is stored gradually and then released in a burst, when needed.
When two people sit on a seesaw, their weight is the force that makes the seesaw move up and down, by partially rotating about its center.
Children of the same weight can play on the seesaw easily if they sit roughly the same distance away from the fulcrum. It is not so easy for children, whose weight differs significantly, because the heavier child would bring the seesaw down and the lighter child up.
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