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The distance is the circular rotation of the crankshaft -- the
"revolutions" in RPM's.

All the key components are in the classic HP definition: force,
distance, and time. Look very closely and maybe you'll finally see them:

HP = Torque x RPMs / 5252

It's all there: force (torque), distance (revolutions), and time

That formula is older than all of us put together. It's not something
I just made up. Why am I being bloodied and sullied for a calculation
that isn't even mine! If you don't like it, complain to the history books.


Bill Robertson

>--- In DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Martin Gutkowski <webmaster@xxxx> wrote:
> This is real fag-packet science, isn't it? (by "fag" I mean cigarette).
> You can't just say "take torque and call it force". Force is
measured in
> Newtons, Torque in NewtonMetres. Where did the distance measurement go?
> content22207 wrote:
> >I do hasten to point
> >out that nowhere in your scientist's formula is Martin's bizarre
> >"speed" comment to be found, yet *MY* RPM's are there in glaring black
> >& white.
> >
> RPM is a measure of speed you berk. Actually more correctly Velocity,
> which as you'll agree is a vector quantity unlike speed (what does that
> mean, Bill?) Revolutions per minute? Angular velocity instead of linear
> velocity? I did do A-level mathematics including mechanics and did
> a lot of degree-level maths at university while studying engineering. I
> could try teaching you how to solve n'th order differential
equations if
> I though a) you'd know what they were to start with and b) I could
> remember without having to look it up, but at least it might go some
> to proving I might know a little more than you about this stuff.
> I'm getting seriously bored with this.
> Martin

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