I have been searching the net for well over an hour, and i cant seem to find an equation that gives me a result.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

What it is, i know that a torque is 19.5Nm (may be rounded), and i know other variables are input rpm = 9700rpm and power = 2.3kw.

What i am trying to do is calculate the torque that an electric engine produces when the engine is producing 2.3kw @ 9700rpm.

There seems to be loads of torque equations, and some in imperial and some metric.

Can be torque be calculated as an Angular Value (Omega)?

I keep getting a value around 2.2n/m, so i was wondering if i am calculation torque wrong, or if i am getting an angular torgue and this can be turned into a normal torque as such?

Thanks

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# Angular torgue and this can be turned into a normal torque

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