i know gravity is a force. therefore pound and kilogram are used to measure force. i kilogram equals 2.2045 pounds. torque is equal to force times lever arm. lever arm equals distance from fulcrum to point of application of force times sine angle between axis of rotation and lever arm. i have already read about torque. so to move 90 pound object vertically multiply 90 pounds by 36 centimeter? well that would be 1469 kg.cm. is this calculation right?Hi,
It can be simple done by your own.
Read about "torque".
Then read about how to calculate pounds to kg with the help of gravity.
What direction do you want to move your 90 ponds object? Purely vertical?
The math is simple "multiply".
Klaus
No. Gravity is acceleration. With the unit "m/s^2"i know gravity is a force.
No. Kilograms is a mass with the unit "kg"therefore pound and kilogram are used to measure force.
Seems to be correct.well that would be 1469 kg.cm. is this calculation right?
Numerically correct. I notice that servo vendors still use outdated g-cm or oz-in torque units. Seems to be an unbreakable habit.so to move 90 pound object vertically multiply 90 pounds by 36 centimeter? well that would be 1469 kg.cm. is this calculation right?
nocan a servo rated at 360 gram-centimeters of torque lift 90 pounds, if the servo has rod that is 35 cm long and the 90 pound weight is attached to the other end?