Convert any value from / to newton-meter [N.m] to newton [N], torque to force. Note that this converter assumes the force is applied perpendicularly the radius. Fill one of the following fields, values will be converted and updated automatically.

newton-meter [N.m]

N.m

radius [m]

radius [m]

newton [N]

N

- Convert a perpendicular force [N] into torque [N.m]
- Convert a force [N] into torque [N.m] (general case)
- Convert a torque [N.m] into force [N]

The torque expressed in newton-meter [N.m] is the product of force and
radius (the lever arm). A common mistake is to confuse **newton-meter** [N.m]
and **newton per meter** [N/m]. Of course,
the greater is the radius, the higher is the torque for a given force. The torques
are expressed in N.m. The
conversion can be done thanks to the following formula:

$$ \Gamma_{(N.m)} = F_{(N)} \times r_{(m)} $$

and *vice-versa*:

$$ F_{(N)} = \dfrac{ \Gamma_{(N.m)} } { r_{(m)} } $$

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Last update : 09/18/2020