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 Post subject: Convert lbs/in to NM/0
PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2005 1:34 am 
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I'm trying to convert 745 lbs/in to the more common NM/Degree, how does one do this what does it equal, thanks.


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http://www.onlineconversion.com/torque.htm

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:google: convert lbs/inch to N/m

You get:

1 pounds force / inch = 175.126835 Newtons / meter


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I got the 745 lbs/in fromt the Specialized Website as the BB stiffness for the S-Works Tarmac. I'm trying to convert it the the measurement which Tour Mag uses NM per degree, any help?


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It's 83.608 NM.


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 Post subject: Not sure its possible
PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2005 1:23 pm 
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I'm not sure its possible, without knowing the distance at which the measurement is taken.

At the moment you are trying to convert a force to deflect a linier displacement to a force to deflect a angular displacement.

With the distance to displacement measured the then a angular displacement can be calculated and then its just the force that needs its units converted.

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