A measure, abbreviated ft-lb, equal to the energy required to raise one pound of a substance one foot.

A unit of energy equal to 1.356 joules.

A foot-pound is a unit of measurement of work. It is equal to the work done by an applied force of one pound when it moves a mass through a distance of one foot in the direction of the force.

(n.) A unit used to measure the kinetic energy possessed by a bullet. One foot-pound is enough energy to raise an object with a mass of one pound one foot off the ground. See also, joule.

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A unit of work; the energy required to lift one pound one foot.

a unit of work equal to a force of one pound moving through a distance of one foot

a foot times a pound, not a foot minus a pound

a unit of work, or force applied over a distance

A unit of torque, equal to one pound of force applied through a lever arm of one foot.

A unit of torque corresponding to a force of one pound acting on a one foot level arm.

Imperial measure of work done when a mass of one pound moves through a distance of one foot.

A unit of kinetic energy in the English system defined as the effort required to vertically lift one pound a distance of one foot against the force of gravity.

The amount of work, in the English system, required to raise a one pound weight a distance of one foot.

A unit of kinetic energy equal to the effort required to raise one pound to a height of one foot against normal gravitational force.

The energy required to lift one pound through a distance of one foot.

Torque rating or requirement; equivalent to the force required to move a one-pound weight one foot in distance, equal to 12 in.-lb.

Energy required to raise a one-pound weight against the force of gravity the distance of one foot. A measure of torque. Inch-pound is also commonly used on smaller motors. An inch-pound represents the energy needed to lift one pound one inch; an inch-ounce represents the energy needed to lift one ounce one inch.

A unit of kinetic energy in the English system defined as the effort required to raise one pound to a height of one foot against the force of gravity.