This tool will calculate the pressure, bore diameter, rod diameter, push force and pull force parameters for a hydraulic cylinder used to cause movement by extending and retracting a rod connected to a mechanical component.
Force, Load & Torque Calculators
Online web tools for force, load and torque measurement conversions and calculations
This tool will calculate force, diameter and displacement parameters for two hydraulic piston cylinders of different diameters connected together.
This tool will calculate any parameter from the formula for Newton’s universal gravitational force F=Gm₁m₂/r²
Use this calculator to determine the force in newton, pound-force, kilogram-force or kilonewton units, applied to a moving object with a specific power output and velocity F=P/v
Use this calculator to determine the force applied to an object to use a specified amount of energy or do work to move an object over a defined distance F=W/d
Use this calculator to determine the force for an object with a given mass and acceleration F=ma
This tool will calculate the force generated by a piston cylinder for a specified pneumatic/hydraulic pressure and piston-cylinder bore diameter, F=Pπø²/4
This force units conversion tool allows you to convert any force to the equivalent force in other measurement units.
This conversion tool will convert torque to different units, and display a conversion scale for values derived from the measure of torque entered.
This tool will calculate the force per unit area from a applied force and area size in any mix of engineering units.
This conversion tool converts force per unit area to any combination of force and area units and display a conversion scale for the value entered.
This tool will calculate the torque generated around an axis by a force applied at right angle to a lever arm of a specified length, τ=Fr
This tool will calculate the force generated by a pressure acting over a specified surface area and show a conversion scale for each set of input values, F=PA
Use this calculator to determine the weight of an object from its mass and the acceleration due to gravity at a particular geographical location or any other source of gravitational attraction, F=mg