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Can you calculate HP/Torque of an engine, based on the acceleration of a car?

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Torque is the force times the wheel radius. Force constist of multiple parts, the accelration times the weight of the car, the force to overcome friction and if driven up a slope some gravity to overcome

HP is 735watt, to get this power multiply the torque in newton meter times the rotation of the wheel in radians per second. Rad/s is velocity divided bij wheel radius.

Hope this helps, probebly some mistakes.

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