# Convert Force (N) to RPM

• agriculture

#### agriculture

Hi,
I have a question hope you can help me with. I am working on measuring plant uprooting force by using a denamometer. I want to convert this force (10 N) to RPM to apply this on my uprooting device. Thanks!

Your question is not clear. What is RPM, roots per minute? Revolutions per minute? Were you using a dynamometer to measure force? What sort of plant uprooting device do you have?

Thanks SteamKing for your reply. The RPM here is Revolutions Per Minute. I will use dynamometer to measure the uprooting force for plants. The pulling device is two rollers, rotate in direction to pull upwards. if you know the relationship that's will be perfect. Thanks!

There's no relationship as such. It will depend on your device. You'll have to rig up some sort of test where you vary RPM and measure the pull.

## 1. How do you convert force (N) to RPM?

To convert force (N) to RPM, you need to know the torque and the moment of inertia of the object. The formula for converting force (N) to RPM is RPM = (force x 60) / (2 x pi x torque x moment of inertia).

## 2. What is the unit of measurement for force and RPM?

The unit of measurement for force is Newtons (N) and the unit of measurement for RPM is revolutions per minute.

## 3. Why do we need to convert force (N) to RPM?

Converting force (N) to RPM is useful when studying rotational motion and calculating the speed or velocity of an object. It allows us to understand the relationship between force, torque, and rotational speed.

## 4. Can you provide an example of converting force (N) to RPM?

Sure. Let's say we have a pulley with a force of 20N and a torque of 4Nm. The moment of inertia for the pulley is 0.5kgm^2. To convert the force (N) to RPM, we use the formula: RPM = (20 x 60) / (2 x pi x 4 x 0.5) = 95.49 RPM.

## 5. Is there any other way to convert force (N) to RPM?

Yes, there is another way to convert force (N) to RPM by using a conversion chart or calculator. However, it is important to understand the formula for converting force (N) to RPM in order to have a better understanding of the relationship between these two units of measurement.