Hi. I’m trying to build something and having very little basic physics am having to try and learn as I go along. Today I spoke to a company that makes damping units and I was asked how much force in Newton meters would be applied to the unit at the top speed. It’s a small cart weighing 70Kg and the top speed is .36 meters per seconds. All the wheels are bearing mounted and there is no motor or anything attached it’s just pushed by hand. I felt there must be too little friction for it to be relevant so as I remember it’s force times acceleration. So let’s say someone gives it a shove and pushes it to its max speed in one second that’d be 70 x .33 = 23.1 N I guess, is this right? And how do I get from there to Nm? I’m pretty confused about what the basic equations are and any help or just being pointed in the right direction to learn about this would really help me out? Thanks, N.