newton meter


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newton meter

Nm.
In SI units, one newton per square meter. This is called one pascal (Pa). Thus 1 Pa = 1 N/m2.
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This increases performance to 279 kilowatts (380 horsepower), for a maximum torque of 580 Newton meters.
Powering it is an inline four-cylinder BMW TwinPower Turbo diesel engine, with a maximum output of 184 horsepower and 380 Newton Meters of torque.
3-liter V8 front mid-engine in the standard SLS AMG GT producing 591 hp and 650 newton meters of peak torque while mated to the AMG Speedshift DCT 7-speed sports transmission.
The Siemens electric motors for Volvo are modular in design and very compact, and have a peak power output of 108 kilowatts with a maximum torque of 220 Newton meters.
The UQM[R]PowerPhase[R] 100 electric propulsion system delivers 100 kilowatts (134 horsepower) of peak power, 300 newton meters (221 pound feet) of peak torque and a peak system efficiency of 94%, all in a small 280 millimeter (11 inch) diameter by 252 millimeter (10 inch) long package.
It also provides the internal-combustion engine with an additional 150 newton meters of torque during acceleration.
Ferrari announced an upgrade of the California which includes weight loss and engine tuning, vehicle weight was reduced approximately 30 kg, and the power of the engine is increased 30 hp, the GDI V8 engine now delivers 490 hp and 505 Newton meters of torque at 5000 rpm.
This transaxle version of ZF's 7-speed dual clutch transmission is starting volume production in the torque range up to 450 Newton meters.
Starting on steep ascents is no problem thanks to a torque of 75 Newton meters.
The KUKA titan can withstand a static torque of 60,000 newton meters (Nm).
In all, Hydre-MAC motor can deliver up to 900 kilowatts (kW) of power and up to 280,000 Newton meters (Nm) of torque at maximum pressures up to 350 bar.