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Re: torque

> > Torque equals moment of inertia times rotational acceleration.  (Plus
> > friction)  It is the rotational counterpart of force equals mass times
> > acceleration.
> Torque is the angular equivalent of force.  Neither requires motion for
> definition.

well, I don't know about torque, but force requires motion for it's
definition - there is no acceleration without motion, or at least a
change in the rate of it.  relatively speaking anyway....

Huw Powell


82 Audi Coupe; 84 4kq; 85 Coupe GT