foot-pound force

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foot-pound force

A non-SI (International System) unit of work, which is equal to the work done when one pound (force) is displaced one foot in the direction of the force, which translates to 1.356 J.
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It delivers 23,800 pounds of pullback and 4,000 foot pounds of spindle torque.
With 4,000 foot pounds of torque combined with 60 gpm variable flow on-board mud pump and 40,000 pounds of pullback, the unit has the power to complete a variety of long-distance, medium-sized bores.
I would call 30 to 35 foot pounds absolute minimum for pronghorn to deer-sized animals, granted an efficient broadhead design is chosen.
1 gpi)--averaged for weight--with 100-grain tip, shot at 260 fps, produces about 50 to 60 foot pounds of energy.
That produced a bit more than the recommended 85 foot pounds, and proved a great compromise between required energy, arrow reliability and manageable trajectory.
A 77-hp (net) 4045D John Deere engine powers the 270, providing a 2,600 pound rated operating load with a maximum torque of more than 6,200 foot pounds.
It has 40,000 pounds of pullback force generating 4,000 foot pounds of torque.
The machine includes almost 24,000 pounds of pullback along with 2,600 foot pounds of rotational torque and an optional 28 gpm or 38 gpm mud pump.
Model TR-14 with 14,000 pounds of thrust/pullback generating 1,600 foot pounds of rotary torque; and