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Old   November 7, 2015, 03:44
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Have plotted out torque values and speed for a rotating disk, using Fluent. Graphs of tangential speeds and torque in CM were plotted per a time step.

How can I convert plotted cm values to Newton-meter values? Need to calculate power which is speed * torque. Can solve the speed issue, but need help on torque.

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