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Jmeeks29ig

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I have a problem that I've been trying to figure out for a while but cannot seem to get on my own. I'm trying to figure out how much power will be generated in a motor given a certain amount of torque. The problem is, to find the amount of power output , I also need to know the rotational velocity, which I cannot seem to find. I don't know how much resistance the motor would give.

Here's a simple example:

A man rotates a shaft of radius 5 m, with a constant force of 10 N, on a dc motor. How much power does the motor output?

I know that the rotational velocity is missing, as well as the number of turns in the motor, but I don't know how much it would be without knowing the specifications of the motor. If you could steer me in the right direction and maybe give me similar examples, it would be much appreciated, thanks!

Also, how would I know how much resistance the motor provides, in Newtons?