foot-pound


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a unit of work equal to a force of one pound moving through a distance of one foot

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air pistol that tops 50 foot-pounds when most air pistols struggle to make 12.
In the 1990s, there was another 12 foot-pound gas spring rifle known as the Fenman, made by Theoben in England.
Powered by a 155 horsepower John Deere turbo diesel engine, with 35,000 pounds of thrust and pullback and 5,000 foot-pounds of sustained rotary torque, the 3550 is one of the most productive drills in its class.
In other words: arrow speed times arrow speed times arrow weight divided by the constant equals foot-pounds of delivered energy on target.
His kinetic energy is probably in the range of 55 foot-pounds, and he's killed all sorts of animals up to Alaska-Yukon moose.
0-liter, twin-cam, inline six-cylinder engine produces a healthy 223 horsepower and 278 foot-pounds of torque.
By reducing bolt weight by 50 grains, from 420 grains to 370 grains, we gain 20 fps of speed but lose 3 foot-pounds of KE.
Silent, but for the faint whine of its 137-hp motor, its whopping 1,209 foot-pounds of torque and its 0-to-60 sprint in under 8 seconds.
The new design has all impact-energy rating of 3155 foot-pounds, and impact frequency is 350 to 600 blows per minute; the additional blow and energy mean faster, more effective material penetration and higher productivity.
I took the controls and turned toward the Fairhope airport, setting 850 foot-pounds of torque.
But this version produces a claimed 360 hp and 440 foot-pounds of torque -- that's 100 horses and 95 foot-pounds greater than the non-SVT truck engine.
It is a 24-valve design, with 201 horsepower and 197 foot-pounds of torque.
The 454 cubic-inch engine in the Chevelle LS6 is the most potent powerplant ever placed in a production muscle car, producing 450 horsepower and 500 foot-pounds of torque.
The range was from the Recruit's 58 foot-pounds to 135 foot-pounds for the Inferno Scorch.
Weighing in at 48,973-pounds, the 160-hp CX210D boasts a bucket digging force of 31,923 foot-pounds with an auto-power boost of 34,621 foot-pounds.