Enter the total torque, radius, and angle of applied force into the calculator to determine the total force.

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## Torque to Force Formula

The following formula is used to convert a torque to a force.

F = t / (r*sin(a))

- Where F is the force
- t is the torque
- r is the radius of the applied force
- a is the angle of the force applied

To calculate force from torque, divide the total torque by the result of the radius times the sine of the angle of the force.

## Convert Torque to Force

Converting torque to force requires you to divide the total torque by the product of the radius and angle of the applied force.

## Torque to Force Example

How to convert torque to force?

**First, determine the total torque.**Measure the total torque acting on an object.

**Next, determine the radius.**Measure the radius of the lever arm that the force is acting on.

**Next, determine the angle.**Measure the angle of the force applied. 90 degrees would be completely perpendicular to the radius.

**Finally, calculate the force.**Calculate the force using the formula above.

## FAQ

**What’s the difference between torque and force?**

Torque is a measure of force times distance, while force is just a measure of the acceleration times mass.