drain pump is higher then drain value is machanicle value
The torque value is 100 ft.lb. or 136 n.m.
Torque to 100 ft-lbs.
the torque value is 173foot-lbs for 2003 focus rear hub nut
89 inch lbs. or 7.44 ft. lbs of torque
the correct torque value according to the haynes repair manual for ford focus is 94 footpounds for 2001 and later models
Torque= length x force. Lenght is the distance to an object. Force must be perpendicularly acting on the object. In your question, you did not specify neither force and length of the knob. So I cannot give you a torque value. I believe the SI unit for torque is "Nm", assuming that you calculated your torque using all SI units. Then you have to convert Nm to pounds.
i have an '06 jetta wagon 5 speed tdi. the torque settings for my tire are 92lbs
Someone may need a drain camera if they have lost something of value down a drain, for example a ring. Another reason a drain camera may be required if there is a plug in the drain sewer that one cannot break, and it will allow them to see where the problem is in the drain.
The torque needed to loosen a bolt or joint is often much higher than the torque needed to put the bolt in in the first place. There is no set value difference between the two, unfortunately.
Yes, torque can have a negative value in physics. Torque is vector energy. Torque is the vector analogue of Work involving force (F) and displacement (D) vectors and the angle (FD). For example Work W = -F.D= -|FD|cos(FD) and Toque T = FxD =|FD|sin(FD). Torque can be negative dependent on the sine(FD). Work and torque is an example of the quaternion nature of physics; for example Quaternion energy E = FD = -F.D + FxD, the real energy is called work F.D and the vector energy is called torque, FxD.
due to its high initial torque value. the DC series motor is a Constant power motor, equal to the RATED POWER if it has at rated value of the U and I. Angular velocity=Rated Power/Torque, so Torque =Rated Power/Angular Velocity thus, in the start the velocity is zero or near, so, the Torque is infinit or very higt
I'm assuming this is a mastering physics problem... to answer bluntly, no there is technically no torque on the satellite. However- there IS a force that torque exerts on the satellite, yet because it lies at an angle (theta) of either 0 degrees or 180 degrees from the axis of rotation, when you go to calculate the magnitude of torque (torque=Fsin(theta) ) the sin(theta) value will come out to be a factor of 0, giving you "no" torque. I hope this helps
The book value of a car is based on the model of the car and the equipment.
For all the 2.3, 2.4L QUAD 4 engines, the head bolts are Torque to Yield. The porper torque value is 30ftlbs PLUS a 90 degree turn of the wrench. The bolts must be new every time ( NEVER REUSE OLD BOLTS). The torque values and proper sequence are including in the box the new bolts come with. BUT honestly, the torque value is 65ft lbs like all GM Chevy motors have been for eons.
33 Ft lbs
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The PCV value on a 2003 Dodge Durango is on the side of the oil fill shaft.
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Torque Value For 1987 R22, Per Haynes Manual - 58 ft lbs.
i need the head bolt torque on a 04 chevi cavallier engine 2.2 DOHC
2005 ultra classicTighten the axle nut to a torque value of 50-55 foot poundsTighten the slider caps to a torque value of (62-132 in-lbs) 5-11 ft-lbsTighten Front brake caliper torque 28-38 ft lbs
Power and torque are words used to describe the strength of the engine. Torque is basically how good the engine is at getting the wheels turning at all, but doesn't say anything about how fast they can be turned. Power, horsepower (HP) or kW (kiloWatt) is sort of a combined value of turning strength and turn ratio. High torque is good when first getting moving, but eventually it's the power value that will tell you how strong the engine is.