Well, for example in ballistics they use the (muzzle) Energy as the input for calculating the trajectory... It's torque, but it can also be energy... In fact, in every ballistic calculator book or app, these are the units used: lb.ft (imperial) or J (International)Walter wrote: ↑Fri Jun 26, 2020 10:07 amThanks for asking. Answers:
- My fault - I've to build an updated wp43s.exe. Will be done soon.
- Physics! Torques are cross products while energies are scalar (i.e. dot) products.
In any case, it's not critical... but most of the guys I know would search Jules for energy, not N.m, at least in it's first iteration...