piston engines have more torque than jet engines..
of course 100% more bhp and more torque
That method results in a more accurate and even torque.
If you mean "what does torque mean", then it means it's the amount of twisting power your tires will have. Horse power is speed and torque is strength. Torque is like leverage, the bigger the throw on a flywheel, the more torque you have ( meaning more towing power or getting going power).
There are various kinds of torques involved in opeartion of a motor:-Starting Torque: At the starting, motor has to deal with standstiill condition, this torque should be good enough to deal with friction and windageLoad Torque: It is the torque which a motor faces on apply of load.Breakdown Torque: more than this torque if more load is applied on a motor, torque generated will not increase and motor will starts slowing down
torque sequence on what part? more info needed
Need more info. Torque specs. for what?
The distance of Kevin's drive is a function of the torque of his swing.
Torque is used when taking off or pulling a load. The more torque you have the faster the car will take off.
camaro more tourqe and more horsepower
no more than 100 ft lbs. of torque
TORQUE is a measurment of how strong the engine is,horsepower is how quickly the engine makes power,for example,if you were wanting a fast car for racing you would want more horsepower,but if you were wanting to tow a heavy load,you would need more torque. torque means twisting effort.
The torque settings are very specific in this vehicle. You can find out more about them in your users manual.
Hundreds of nuts and bolts to torque. Please be more specific
Torque for which bolts?? need more information.
by tuning/upgrading your engine.
because they are more efficent and have more torque.
For more torque you want a smaller at the front and/or a bigger at the back. It might lower top speed though.
Diesel engines have much more torque at low rpm.
Torque wrenches depend on a modern generalisation of Hooke's Law. The deformation of an elastic material (even the steel out of which parts of a torque wrench are made) is proportional to the stress to which it is subjected. When you use a torque wrench part of it follows the thing your turning and part of it does not. That part of the torque wrench twists slightly; it's being deformed and obeys Hooke's Law. The more twist, the more torque is being applied. The needle amplifies the amount of twist so that you can read the torque on the gauge.
when u make a deeper hole then more surface area is in contact with the walls and more chips is in a flutes, so that's why the torque is greater
Simply to turn torque applied into forward (or backward) propulsion. The more traction you have the more power (or torque) you can apply without spinning (which is fun but not fast)
The term "torque" is used specifically for circular motion. For a difference, torque and force have different dimensions. Torque has the dimensions of force x distance. This is because you can increase the torque both by applying more force, or by increasing distance from the axis of rotation, of the position where the force is applied.
Strictly speaking the only way to get more torque out of the motor is to tune it. But you can get more torque/faster acceleration (and lower top speed) at the rear wheel by going to fewer teeth on the front sprocket.
Give us more info like the year, model, engine and define "torque screw".