@Umamageswari • 25 Dec, 2011

Anyone knows the torque structure ?relation between the speed and torque?

@Reya • 25 Dec, 2011
Torque and speed are inversely proportional. why did you give 5 and 3 as options? what does it mean?

@RRITESH • 25 Dec, 2011
https://www.usc.edu/CSSF/History/2002/Projects/J0209.pdf

@veereshsg • 25 Dec, 2011
Torque can be increased at the cost of speed.

@Siddhant Mukherjee • 31 Dec, 2011 • 1 like
at a constant power output torque is inversely to speed. i

*f power is increasing torque or speed or both can increase significantly.*
@CE Designer • 03 Jan, 2012
For any rotating machine:

Torque is propotional to the power but,

If you need more information with regard to application please say.

Torque is propotional to the power but,

**inversley**proportional to**velocity**.If you need more information with regard to application please say.

@Abhilash T Anto • 11 Jan, 2012
at constant power ,speed is inversly propo to torque.. P=2*pi*N*T/60..

@antuan.o • 20 Jan, 2012
So torque is inversly to speed? Could you explain your formula please. Why /60 ?

@N.Gowtham Raj • 26 Jan, 2012
/60 is for N.....

N is revolutions per minute

But T is in seconds

So , we convert rpm(revolutions per minute) in to rps(revolutions per second) dividing it by 60...

N is revolutions per minute

But T is in seconds

So , we convert rpm(revolutions per minute) in to rps(revolutions per second) dividing it by 60...

@N.Gowtham Raj • 26 Jan, 2012 • 3 likes
Torque is the load carrying capacity in crude words...

More over the best example for demonstrating the difference is

1. BENZ car- High speed, Less torque(Load carrying capacity- 4+1 people)

2. BUS - Low speed , High Torque(High load carrying capacity-55 + 2 people)

More over the best example for demonstrating the difference is

1. BENZ car- High speed, Less torque(Load carrying capacity- 4+1 people)

2. BUS - Low speed , High Torque(High load carrying capacity-55 + 2 people)

@Al-Otaiby • 26 Jan, 2012
Power[kw]

={torque[N-m]*pi*rotational speed in RPM }/30000

Power[kw]*30000

=torque[N-m]*pi*rotational speed in RPM

TORQUE

={Power[kw]*30000}/pi*rotational speed in RPM

From the above formula,it is clear that torque decreases with speed in Torque vs speed curves.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torque

={torque[N-m]*pi*rotational speed in RPM }/30000

Power[kw]*30000

=torque[N-m]*pi*rotational speed in RPM

TORQUE

={Power[kw]*30000}/pi*rotational speed in RPM

From the above formula,it is clear that torque decreases with speed in Torque vs speed curves.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torque

@zaveri • 27 Mar, 2012
in even more simple words,

thus greater the diameter of the wheel , the lesser the force that can be applied.

and thus when the diameter of the wheel increases its speed decreases

hence torque and speed are inversely proportional

**speed :**it is merely the number of rotations of a wheel or gear per second or per minute or per unit time.**torque :**it is the leverage applied to rotate a circular machine member . it is the product of the force applied on a wheel to rotate it and the diameter of the wheel.thus greater the diameter of the wheel , the lesser the force that can be applied.

and thus when the diameter of the wheel increases its speed decreases

hence torque and speed are inversely proportional

@Ravinder jamwal • 07 Jul, 2015
i think increase in torque also increase speed

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