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The link is actuated by a motor which provides 30Nm of torque. I need to find force in x,y,z directions

F=[Fx,Fy,Fz];

Is the answer [Fx,Fy,Fz]=[tau/Px,tau/Py,tau/Pz]

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In summary, torque is a measure of the force that causes an object to rotate around an axis. For a rotating link, it refers to the force applied to make it rotate. To calculate torque, the magnitude of the force and the distance from the axis of rotation are needed. Torque is crucial in a rotating link as it allows for efficient rotation and can be affected by the length of the link. The longer the link, the higher the torque. It can be adjusted by changing the force or distance, resulting in either an increase or decrease in torque.

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The link is actuated by a motor which provides 30Nm of torque. I need to find force in x,y,z directions

F=[Fx,Fy,Fz];

Is the answer [Fx,Fy,Fz]=[tau/Px,tau/Py,tau/Pz]

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Torque is a measure of the force that causes an object to rotate around an axis. In the case of a rotating link, torque refers to the force that is applied to the link in order to make it rotate.

To calculate torque for a rotating link, you will need to know the magnitude of the force being applied to the link and the distance from the axis of rotation to the point where the force is being applied. The torque is then calculated by multiplying the force by the distance.

Torque is essential in a rotating link because it is the force that allows the link to rotate and perform its intended function. Without the proper amount of torque, the link may not be able to rotate or may not rotate efficiently, resulting in potential damage or malfunction.

The length of a rotating link can greatly affect torque. The longer the link, the greater the distance from the axis of rotation, resulting in a higher torque. This means that a longer rotating link will require more force to rotate compared to a shorter link.

Yes, torque can be increased or decreased in a rotating link by adjusting the magnitude of the force being applied or the distance from the axis of rotation. Increasing the force or the distance will result in an increase in torque, while decreasing either will result in a decrease in torque.

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