Reviewed by Dominik Czernia, PhD candidate and Jack Bowater
Last updated: May 18, 2022
Torque is a measure of rotational strength, and is given by the force applied (in the tangential direction) multiplied by the distance from the rotational center that it is applied from (i.e. the amount of leverage).
Other torque units
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Converts between scientific units and also imperial units and both US and UK liquid units (which are different). The cookery units used are the "metric" versions, which are slightly different from their "imperial" equivalents.