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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I am trying to figure out the torque vs weight relationship. I am working on a software project where I want to create an application to determine the maximum payload on vehicle with rubber tyre on asphalt road.

I am having three parameter

1. Torque

2. RPM

3. Diameter of tyre

based on which I need to determine the payload capacity of a vehicle.

Example 1

Torque = 106 kg.cm

RPM = 10

wheel diameter = 10 cm

Speed will be = 2 X pi X (diameter/2) X (RPM/60) = 5.24 cm/s

Example 2

Torque = 47.19kg.cm

RPM = 200

wheel diameter = 5 cm

Speed will be = 2 X pi X (diameter/2) X (RPM/60) = 52.38 cm/s

Example 3

Torque = 109.20 kg.cm

RPM = 60

wheel diameter = 6 cm

Speed will be = 2 X pi X (diameter/2) X (RPM/60) = 18.86 cm/s

I am having three parameter

1. Torque

2. RPM

3. Diameter of tyre

based on which I need to determine the payload capacity of a vehicle.

Example 1

Torque = 106 kg.cm

RPM = 10

wheel diameter = 10 cm

Speed will be = 2 X pi X (diameter/2) X (RPM/60) = 5.24 cm/s

Example 2

Torque = 47.19kg.cm

RPM = 200

wheel diameter = 5 cm

Speed will be = 2 X pi X (diameter/2) X (RPM/60) = 52.38 cm/s

Example 3

Torque = 109.20 kg.cm

RPM = 60

wheel diameter = 6 cm

Speed will be = 2 X pi X (diameter/2) X (RPM/60) = 18.86 cm/s