What is the definition of a "Newton meter"?


Newton metre is the unit given to the tendency of any force to cause rotation of an object about a common axis. On Newton metre therefore refers to a force of one Newton that is applied to a one metre arm perpendicularly.
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A newton metre is the SI unit for torque, symbol Nm, and is also technically equivalent to the joule. A newton meter is a term sometimes used to reference a spring scale, which uses
n. A unit of the meter-kilogram-second system equal to the energy expended, or work done, by a force of one newton acting through a distance of one meter and equal to one joule.
Electric power transmission. Utilities rely on three-phase power transmission systems to efficiently deliver power to customers. The three phases, or circuits, are commonly referred
25 newton meters is equal to 18.44 foot-pounds torque, 25 joules, and 0.025
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[noot-n-mee-ter, nyoot-]
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