The Torque Calculator calculator will calculate:
A positive number indicates movement in an anticlockwise direction.
|The vector net torque in the system is N∙m|
|The scalar net torque in the system is N∙m|
|Net torque in the system calculation|
Net torque in the system (Vector Equation)τ⃗net = r⃗1 × F⃗1 + r⃗2 × F⃗2
τ⃗net = × + ×
Net torque in the system (Scalar Equation)τnet = r1 × F1 × sinθ1 + r2 × F2 × sinθ2
τnet = × × sin() + × × sin()
τnet = × × + × ×
|Torque Calculator Input Values|
|Distance from turning point to the Force (r1) m|
|Distance from turning point to the Force (r2) m|
|First force acting on the system (F1) N|
|Second force acting on the system (F2) N|
|Angle formed by the first force to the direction of bar (θ1) °|
|Angle formed by the second force to the direction of bar (θ2) °|
Please note that the formula for each calculation along with detailed calculations are available below. As you enter the specific factors of each torque calculation, the Torque Calculator will automatically calculate the results and update the Physics formula elements with each element of the torque calculation. You can then email or print this torque calculation as required for later use.
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