Contents

- 1 How do you find the net torque of an axle?
- 2 What is net torque?
- 3 How do you calculate net torque?
- 4 How do you calculate net torque on a wheel?
- 5 What is net joint torque?
- 6 How do you calculate net torque on a pulley?
- 7 What does it mean when net torque is zero?
- 8 How do you find the net torque of a pulley?
- 9 What determines joint torque?
- 10 How do you measure knee torque?
- 11 How do you find net torque from two forces?
- 12 Can there be torque with no net force?
- 13 When an object is experiencing a net torque?
- 14 What is Net Force formula?
- 15 How do you calculate net torque in biomechanics?
- 16 What is net joint moment?
- 17 What is the difference between net force and net torque?
- 18 What does no net torque mean?
- 19 What does constant net torque mean?
- 20 In what way is net torque related to angular acceleration?
- 21 What is net force and how is it determined?
- 22 What is net force example?
- 23 How do you calculate joint moment?
- 24 What is knee joint moment?
- 25 Does no net torque mean no net force?
- 26 When net torque is zero what will be constant?
- 27 What does a non zero net torque mean?
- 28 What happens when net torque 0?
- 29 What is the relationship between torque and angular?
- 30 What is the relationship between torque and angular velocity?

## How do you find the net torque of an axle?

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## What is net torque?

There may be more than one force acting on an object, and each of these forces may act on different point on the object. Then, each force will cause a torque. The net torque is **the sum of the individual torques**.

## How do you calculate net torque?

Take the cross product of →r and →F to determine if the torque is positive or negative about the pivot point or axis. Evaluate the magnitude of the torque using r⊥F. Assign the appropriate sign, positive or negative, to the magnitude. **Sum the torques to find the net torque**.

## How do you calculate net torque on a wheel?

1:236:56Physics, Torque (6 of 13) Compound Wheel – YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipWe are going to use the torque equation. This is the Greek letter tau. This is the symbol for torqueMoreWe are going to use the torque equation. This is the Greek letter tau. This is the symbol for torque Targa's calculated as R times the F times a sine of theta.

## What is net joint torque?

NET is **the sum of all the torque components acting at a joint**. MUS is mainly generated by muscle contractions. GRA results from gravitational forces acting at the center of mass of each segment. EXF is generated at joints by the GRF acting on the foot.

## How do you calculate net torque on a pulley?

3:1313:472 Masses on a Pulley – Torque Demonstration – YouTubeYouTube

## What does it mean when net torque is zero?

Rotational equilibrium 2) Rotational equilibrium: If the net torque acting on a body is zero, then **the body is said to be in rotational equilibrium**. In such a case, the angular velocity of the body remains constant.

## How do you find the net torque of a pulley?

3:2413:472 Masses on a Pulley – Torque Demonstration – YouTubeYouTube

## What determines joint torque?

Torque is dependent on **the amount of force, angle of application of force**, and moment arm. Joint ROM does not always correlate with the amount of torque a muscle can create. Greatest Torque/Moment Arm) = Force applied at 90 degree angle to it's lever.

## How do you measure knee torque?

Torque is calculated by **measuring the distance from the center of the knee to the fixation of the dynamometer is taken and the force is multiplied by the distance to get the torque**.

## How do you find net torque from two forces?

**What is the Net Torque on an Object from Multiple Forces**

- Torque: Torque is the rotational analog of force. It is a "twisting" force that causes an object to rotate. …
- Sum of the Torques Equation: Στ=τ1+τ2+τ3+⋅⋅⋅+τn.
- Torque Equation: Torque is the cross product of the radius and the force. τ=r×F=rFsinθ τ = r × F = r F sin

## Can there be torque with no net force?

(b) Consider the same rod when a force is pushing it from the right in a direction that is parallel to the rod. Because this force passes through the center of rotation, **there is no net torque** but certainly a net force.

## When an object is experiencing a net torque?

When an object is experiencing a net torque. **The property of a body to resist change in motion**. Every object continues to stay at rest, or at a constant speed in a straight line unless acted on by a nonzero net force.

## What is Net Force formula?

Net force is the sum of all forces acting on an object. The net force can be calculated using Newton's second law, which states that **F = ma**, where: F is the net force. m is the mass of the object. a is acceleration.

## How do you calculate net torque in biomechanics?

Torque is Dependent on 3 Variables: To calculate force you must first draw a detailed free-body diagram of the force system, including the all force components. Then torque can be calculated using on of the following formulas: **Torque =Lever Arm x Fy (or Force sin( ))** **Torque = Force (Fm) x Moment Arm**.

## What is net joint moment?

A net joint moment is **the minimum moment required at a joint to obtain the observed kinematics**. A net joint force is the minimum force required at a joint to obtain the observed kinematics. In a static analysis, there is no motion at the joint, so the sum of the moments at the elbow must be zero. There is no rotation.

## What is the difference between net force and net torque?

**Net torque changes the rotational velocity of an object.** **Net force changes the velocity of an object**. Pushing moves the block horizontally and the block has no rotation assuming low friction.

## What does no net torque mean?

A torque is a vector quantity which means that it has both a magnitude (size) and a direction associated with it. **If the size and direction of the torques acting on an object are exactly balanced**, then there is no net torque acting on the object and the object is said to be in equilibrium.

## What does constant net torque mean?

Here the moment of inertia of the object is generally constant by applying a torque. So, if there is a net torque then, it means that **the object rotates with constant angular acceleration and hence its angular velocity will increase**.

Angular acceleration is **proportional to net torque** and inversely proportional to rotational inertia.

## What is net force and how is it determined?

The net force is **the vector sum of all the forces that act upon an object**. That is to say, the net force is the sum of all the forces, taking into account the fact that a force is a vector and two forces of equal magnitude and opposite direction will cancel each other out.

## What is net force example?

**When we kick a soccer ball, then the ball takes off and moves through the air.** **Then, there is a net force acting on the ball**. Again when the ball starts to come back to the ground and eventually stops, there is also a net force acting on the ball.

## How do you calculate joint moment?

**The total moment at a joint is calculated as the product of two measurable quantities:**

- the joint segments' moments of inertia, which involves knowing thee segments' masses and lengths.
- the joint's angular acceleration.

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## What is knee joint moment?

Joint moments describe **the net sum of all internal moments delivered by all internal structures around a joint**. Typically, joint moments are delivered by muscles and, toward the end range of motion, by ligamentous or bony tissue.

## Does no net torque mean no net force?

**No.** **Net force on an object could be zero irrespective of their points of application**. Torque due to each force depends on where on the object is the force acting. When the net force is zero, there could only be a case where the net torque is also zero.

## When net torque is zero what will be constant?

When the torque acting upon a system is zero, the **angular momentum** is constant and hence is conserved.

## What does a non zero net torque mean?

A non-zero net torque about A means that **the angular momentum about A is changing**. But it is possible for that change to be due to a linear acceleration instead of rotation. If A is at rest in an inertial frame, then the change will have to include rotation. But if A is accelerating, then rotation is not necessary.

## What happens when net torque 0?

If the net torque on a rotatable object is zero then **it will be in rotational equilibrium and not able to acquire angular acceleration**.

## What is the relationship between torque and angular?

**Moment of inertia is defined as the ratio of torque to angular acceleration**.

## What is the relationship between torque and angular velocity?

Angular velocity is of two types Orbital angular velocity and spin angular velocity. The direction of the torque is determined by the right-hand thumb rule. **Torque is inversely proportional** to the angular velocity.