What Is a Force Meter?


A force meter is a piece of equipment that is used to measure the different forces of the universe. It is also known as a Newton meter, and some of the forces it can measure include friction, gravitational force and tension.
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What Is a Force Meter?
Force meters, also known as the Newton meters, come in different forms but essentially do the same job of measuring the different forces of the universe.... More »
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Force meters are piece of equipment containing a spring, used to measure forces of the universe. They are also known as Newton meters and are used to measure different forces and are of different types; example basic force meters. The basic force meter uses elastic material like spring and rubber bands.
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