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- Mass flow to power.

I have a nozzle through which a water vapour passes at 503 metres per second with a density of 0.051 kg per cubic metre giving a mass flow rate of 0.00129 kg per second. Using half mass times velocity squared I have an answer of 163. Is that answer 163 newtons and if it is how do I convert to Newton metres to find torque if that flow was directed onto a turbine