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I Have a 1999 f-250 7.3 I put the Bully Dog 6 position 4 bank chip in mine. It is awsome. I have tried every programmer/dowmnloader that bully dog offers none holw a can…dle to the 6 position chip. Its awsome and easy to install.
The distance of Kevin's drive is a function of the torque of his swing.
The cylinder pressures when the fuel fires are higher, up to twice the pressure in a petrol engine, meaning the piston is pushed down with more force and turns the crank with …more torque. The piston stroke of a diesel engine is longer, so there is more leverage on the crankshaft, thus it turns the crank with greater torque, but usually at lower RPM'S.
Following are the essentials of indicating instruments: 1. Operating torque, 2. Controlling torque, and 3. Damping torque. OPERATING TORQUE Operating torque is produced by mak…ing use of any of these effects: magnetic, electromagnetic induction...., it is required to move the moving system of the instrument. CONTROLLING TORQUE Controlling torque opposes the operating torque and increases with the deflection of the moving system. It ensures that the deflection of the pointer is according to the magnitude of electrical quantity being measured. If this torque were not provided, the pointer would continue to move indefinitely and the deflection shall be independent of electrical quantity being measured. It also bring the pointer back to zero when the instrument is removed from the circuit. This torque is either obtained by spring or by gravity. In spring control, one or two phosphor bronze spiral hair-springs are attached to the moving spindle. The other end are attached to the frame. In this case Tc proportional to Angle of deflection. In gravity control, a small weight is attached to the moving system in such a way that it tries to bring the pointer back to the zero position when it is deflected, due to gravity. In this casse Tc proportional to sine of the angle of deflection. DAMPING TORQUE Controlling torque controls the deflection and tries to stop the pointer at its final position where its Td = Tc But due to inertia, the pointer oscillates around its final position before coming to rest. Hence damping torque is provided to avoid this oscillation and bring the pointer quickly to its final position. Thus the damping torque is never greater than the controlling torque. In fact it is the condition of critical damping which is sufficient to enable the pointer to rise quickly to its deflected position without overshooting.
Diesel engine runs at a higher compression ratio than a gasoline engine. A typical diesel engine may also use a longer stroke and smaller bore than a gasoline engine. Diesel …fuel has a higher energy density than gasoline.
Purchase a torque wrench with the correct range. If you need to do heads and high torque bolts get one which goes to 150 ft.lbs. If your torqueing lighter bolts oil pan,… intake etc.. you can use a Inch pound range. Just multiply the torque required by 12. For example if the bolt requires 10 foot pounds the inch pound setting is 120 inch pounds. Buy a good wrench "click" type is preferred. Get your required torque numbers from the appropriate shop manual.
Generally, [torque] = [radius] cross [force] in which torque, radius, and force are vectors. In the simplified case that radius and force vectors are in the same plane, …the simplification of cross product can be used: ||torque|| = ||radius|| ||force||*sin[angle from radius to force] in which ||r|| = [magnitude of vector r]. In this simple case, the torque vector is still perpendicular to the plane in which the radius and force vectors lie. If the torque is in the positive radial direction, the torque vector points out of the page (toward you). If the torque is in the negative radial direction, the torque vector points into the page (away from you).
Answer Rotational force is usually spoken of as torque. Torque is a term we use to talk about a force that acts on a body to change its rate of rotation. It is the rota…tional equivalent of force in a linear motion system. A torque can arise from a single offset-applied force (using "inertial force" or "central bearing / pin force" to generate the balanced couple), from multiple applied forces, or when analyzing structures... from the slices of the structure outside the area of consideration. Roughly, it is a "force times a closest distance", even if that distance is to a point not on the structure under consideration. See the below link for formalism. In general, a torque does not produce linear displacement of the thing that is being "torqued", but nets to zero displacement over some length or some time. Technically, torque is the turning effect of a couple while moment of a force is the turning effect due to a single force but they are often interchanged. Torque is a type of force that causes an object to rotate.
The issue is that diesel engines, while they produce a whole lot of torque, cannot rev nearly as high as comparable gasoline engines. And since: horsepower = (to…rque*engine speed) / 5252 If your engine won't rev past 3000 rpm, you'll always have less peak horsepower than torque. As for why they can't rev higher, they're limited by either the burn rate of the fuel per ignition stroke, the mechanical limitations due to the longer piston rods/crank lobes, or both.
Torque is a measure of turning power. Nm stands for Newton Meter. If you have a wrench that's one meter long, and pull at the end with a force of one Newton, the turning force… by the head of the wrench will be one Newton meter.
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This is a question people have been discussing for a very long time. I was told one time people talk horsepower but they ride torque. Everything that discusses power has… two parts. Think about it . With electric power it is voltage and amps, with hydraulics it is pressure and flow and with engines it is horsepower and torque. In each case the first one, in this case horsepower, is the engines ability to make power. This is usually measured at a high RPM. Torque is the engine making power. Ususally measured at about 4000 rpm. So when you ride the engine has the ability to move the vehicle(horsepower), but the pull that you feel when you accelerate is torque. Now go talk to your friends and get into the age old discussion of which one is more important Don Big Daddy's cycle world
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Active torques are due to either gravitational force or deformation in elastic bodies passive torques are those due to friction or due to shear and deformation in inelastic …bodies
Torque is a force that is applied to a lever. (Imagine a rachet. As you tighten a bolt, you push on the handle, which is essentially a lever. This lever exerts torque on the b…olt, causing it to spin) Torque is defined as T = r cross F, or just R X F. Basically, if you multiply the force by the distance of the force from the central point on the object you are trying to rotate, you have torque.
They are both equally important in different scenarios. I don't know what you are talking about specifically, but on a drill RPMs are important when drilling through softer ma…terial to go faster, while torque is important on harder materials that can make the drill skip or freeze up otherwise.