# Power to Torque Calculator, Formula, Power to Torque Calculation

## Power to Torque Calculator:

Enter the values of Power in watts and RPM to generate the value of Torque in Newton metres.

 Enter Power: W Enter Rotation Per Minute: RPM Result – Torque: N.m

## Power to Torque Formula:

The power to torque formula converts mechanical power into torque at a given rotational speed, reflecting how much rotational force is generated. It’s essential for analyzing the efficiency and performance of engines and motors.

Torque, T(N.m) in Newton metre is equated by dividing the product of the value of 60 with power P(W) in watts by the value of RPM and 2pi.

Torque, T(N.m) = (P * 60) / (RPM * 2 * pi)

T(N.m) = Torque in Newton metres,

P = Power in watts

RPM = rotation per minute.

### Power to Torque Calculation:

1. An electric motor generates 5000 Watts of power at 1500 RPM. Calculate the torque produced by the motor.

Given: P = 5000 W, RPM = 1500

Torque, T(N.m) = (P * 60) / (RPM * 2 * pi)

Torque, T(N.m) = (5000 * 60) / (1500 * 2 * 3.14)

Torque, T(N.m) = 31.83N.m.

1. A generator produces 38.79N.m torque at a speed of 1800 RPM. Find the power of the generator.

Given: T(N.m) = 38.79N.m, RPM = 1500

Torque, T(N.m) = (P * 60) / (RPM * 2 * pi)

38.79 = (P * 60) / (1500 * 2 * 3.14)

P = 7500W.