Torque Conversion

Free online torque converter - converts between 17 units of torque, including newton meter [N*m], newton centimeter [N*cm], newton millimeter [N*mm], kilonewton meter [kN*m], etc. Also, explore many other unit converters or learn more about torque unit conversions.

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How to use Yttags's Torque Conversion?

  • Step 1: Select the Tool
Torque Conversion Step 1
  • Step 2: To perform a Torque Conversion, walk through the steps below:
  1. Select the unit of the From(source).
  2. Enter the From(source) value into the box at the top left.
  3. Select the unit of the To(target).
  4. The Torque Conversion is automatically performed and the result is displayed at the right-hand side.
Torque Conversion Step 2

List of abbreviations

Abbreviation Torque unit
kN m kilonewton metre
N cm newton centimetre
N m newton metre
N mm newton millimetre
dyn cm dyne centimetre
dyn m dyne metre
dyn mm dyne millimetre
kgf cm kilogram force centimetre
kgf m kilogram force metre
kgf mm kilogram force millimetre
gf cm gram force centimetre
gf m gram force metre
gf mm gram force millimetre
ozf ft ounce force foot
ozf in ounce force inch
lbf ft pound force foot
lbf in pound force inch

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FAQs for Torque Conversion

What is a Torque Conversion?
Torque conversion typically refers to the process of converting one unit of torque measurement into another, often involving the use of conversion factors or equations to express torque values in different units, such as foot-pounds to Newton-meters.
What is the purpose of the torque converter?
The torque converter is what transmits that torque from the engine to a rotating driven load. In an automatic transmission car, the torque converter connects the power source to the load. Torque converters are comprised of five main components: the impeller, the turbine, the stator, a clutch, and the fluid.
What causes a torque converter to fail?
Many torque converter failures can be caused by excessive friction, which means the torque converter's needle bearings are damaged. Also, a faulty seals or faulty clutch solenoid can be to blame. A faulty seal can allow fluid to leak and become contaminated. A bad torque converter can damage a transmission.
How long does a torque converter last?
A torque converter can last for the entire lifetime of a vehicle, which is typically around 200,000 miles.
Can a torque converter slip?
If the torque converter slips while you're driving, it can overheat the transmission fluid, if the fluid is low, even boil it in some cases. That's why slipping can really damage transmissions quickly.