# How many foot-pounds is 5nm?

## How many foot-pounds is 5nm?

Newton-meters to foot-pounds chart

Newton-meters Foot-pounds
3 Nm 2.21 ft-lb
4 Nm 2.95 ft-lb
5 Nm 3.69 ft-lb
6 Nm 4.43 ft-lb

## How do you convert ft lbs to HP?

Horsepower & Torque Calculator When you choose horsepower, this calculator will measure the approximate horsepower of an engine based on the torque of the engine (measured in foot-pounds) multiplied by the RPM of the engine, divided by 5,252 (conversion between foot-pounds and horsepower).

How do you convert Nm to HP?

Motor Power P(HP) is equal to the torque T(Nm) in Newton meter times of speed N(rpm) divided by 7127.

### What is 5nm in inch pounds?

Newton-meters to inch-pounds conversions

Nm in-lb
3 26.552
4 35.403
5 44.254
6 53.104

### How many ft lbs is 25nm?

18.439 ft-lbs
How to convert newton-meters to foot-pounds?

Newton-meters Foot-pounds
5 Nm 3.688 ft-lbs
10 Nm 7.376 ft-lbs
20 Nm 14.751 ft-lbs
25 Nm 18.439 ft-lbs

How many foot-pounds is 30 Newton meters?

Newton-meters to Foot-pounds table

Newton-meters Foot-pounds
30 Nm 22.13
31 Nm 22.86
32 Nm 23.60
33 Nm 24.34

#### What is better to have torque or horsepower?

Torque, simply, is the ability of a vehicle to perform work — specifically, the twisting force applied by the crankshaft. Horsepower is how rapidly the vehicle can perform that work. Because there is generally a limit on how fast you can spin an engine, having higher torque allows for greater horsepower at lower rpms.

#### Is PS and HP the same?

PS is calculated in the exact same format as horsepower, but converts the entire equation into metric units. Known also as ‘metric horsepower’, 1PS is equivalent to the power needed to lift a 75kg mass one metre vertically in one second.

How many foot-pounds is 25 Newton meters?

Newton-meters to Foot-pounds table

Newton-meters Foot-pounds
25 Nm 18.44
26 Nm 19.18
27 Nm 19.91
28 Nm 20.65

## How to convert foot pounds to horsepower hour?

The answer is 1979999.9721967. We assume you are converting between foot-pound force and horsepower hour. The SI derived unit for energy is the joule. 1 joule is equal to 0.73756214927727 foot pounds, or 3.7250614122937E-7 horsepower hour. Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.