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torque conversion

Postby psrao18 » Fri Apr 04, 2008 6:36 pm

how to convert Nm3/hr to horsepower[/b]

Re: torque conversion

Postby Guest » Sat Apr 05, 2008 2:49 am

psrao18 wrote:how to convert Nm3/hr to horsepower[/b]

Uhh, N used that way is confusing. It is not "newtons," it is "normal." Normal meters cubed per hour is a gas flow rate.

If it were a combustible gas, you had an engine, and you knew its efficiency (and the heat content of the gas) you might get a credible horsepower estimate. Lacking all those things, ???.

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