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San Diego Airport Shut Down; Active Shooter
On Wednesday, a man with a “high-powered rifle” shot at police responding to a domestic violence call, and fired more shots at a neighboring apartment complex, prompting police to lock down streets in the area and causing the Federal Aviation ...
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F-35's gun is ready to fire after modifications
When firing, the off-centre-line placement of the gun results in a significant yawing moment being applied to the aircraft - somewhere between 12,000 to 18,000 ft lbf, depending on such things as the projectiles being fired and the firing burst.
Wiesmann Brand Revived By British Investors
It isn't known – for now – which models will comprise the new line-up, but we won't mind to see the 4,395 cc, 547 hp, 680 N·m (502 ft·lbf) of torque, twin-scroll twin turbocharged V8 MF5 variant making a comeback. GT MF4-CS Pictured ...
The 5 Most Overrated Cars
Unfortunately, this engine's horsepower often hides its oddly low 151 pound-feet of torque." And what do you have to say about the old F1 engines putting out 750+ hp... and only 200-some ft-lbf of torque?

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Foot-pound (energy) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The foot-pound force (symbol: ft·lbf or ft·lbf), or simply foot-pound (symbol: ft·lb) is a unit of work or energy in the Engineering and Gravitational Systems in United ...
FT.LBF to Joules Conversion Calculator - Tinius Olsen
Tinius Olsen's conversion calculator to convert ft.lbf to joules.
conversion factors and constants - Kostic
1 hp. =2545 Btu/h. 1 hp.
Energy and power Equivalences - Thermodynamic Properties
In general, three types of units are used to measure energy: (1) mechanical units, such as the foot-pound-force (ft-lbf); (2) thermal units, such as the British ...
ASTM D1557 Lab Compaction of Soil - California Department of
Modified Effort (56,000 ft-lbf/ft3(2,700 kN-m/m3))1. This standard is issued under the fixed designation D1557; the number immediately following the designation ...

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