__Work done by Torque Calculator:__

__Work done by Torque Calculator:__

Enter the values of torque, t_{(N.m)} applied and angle of rotations, d(ϴ)_{(rad)} to determine the value of work done by torque, W_{t(J)}.

__Work done by Torque Formula:__

__Work done by Torque Formula:__

Work done by torque refers to the amount of energy transferred through the application of a torque over a certain angle of rotation.

Work done by torque, W_{t(J) }is calculated by the product of torque, t_{(N.m)} applied in newton metres and angle of rotations, d(ϴ)_{(rad)} in radians.

Work done by torque, W_{t(J)} = t_{(N.m) }* d(ϴ)_{(rad)}

W_{t(J)} = workdone by torque in joules, J.

t_{(N.m)} = torque applied in Newton metres, N.m.

d(ϴ)_{(rad) }= angle of rotations in radians, rad.

__Work done by Torque Calculation:__

__Work done by Torque Calculation:__

- A mechanic applies a torque of 25 N·m to a nut using a wrench. If the nut rotates through an angle of 90 degrees as it tightens, calculate the work done by the torque.

Given: t_{(N.m)} = 25N.m., d(ϴ)_{(rad) }= 90degrees

Work done by torque, W_{t(J)} = t_{(N.m) }* d(ϴ)_{(rad)}

Angle of rotation, d(ϴ)_{(rad) }= 90(degree) = pi/2

W_{t(J)} = 25 * 1.57

W_{t(J)} =39.27J

- During a maintenance check, the work done by torque is 47.12J to a bolt to ensure it’s properly secured. If the bolt is turned through an angle of 60 degrees, find the torque needed to be applied.

Given: W_{t(J)} = 47.12J, d(ϴ)_{(rad) }= 60degrees

Work done by torque, W_{t(J)} = t_{(N.m) }* d(ϴ)_{(rad)}

Angle of rotation, d(ϴ)_{(rad) }= 90(degree) = pi/3 radians

t_{(N.m) }= W_{t(J)} / d(ϴ)_{(rad)}

t_{(N.m) }= 47.12 / 1.046

t_{(N.m) }= 45N.m.

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