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22 October, 17:13

What is the S. I unit of torque?

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  1. 22 October, 18:26
    Torque has the dimension of force times distance, symbolically L2MT-2. Official SI literature suggests using the unit newton metre (N⋅m), or, joule per radian (J/rad). The unit newton metre is properly denoted N⋅m rather than m.
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