Table of Contents

- 1 How much force is required to lift 75 kg?
- 2 How do you calculate the force required to lift an object?
- 3 How much force does it take to lift 1 kg?
- 4 How much force is required to lift 20 kg?
- 5 Which type of force you have used to lift a table?
- 6 How much force is required to stop a bus in 10 seconds?
- 7 How much force does it take to lift a 60 kg person?
- 8 How much force do you need to lift 1kg?
- 9 How to calculate the electric power required to lift 100?
- 10 What is the force required to counteract the gravitational pull?

## How much force is required to lift 75 kg?

250 N

A force of 250 N is required to lift a 75 kg mass through a pulley system.

## How do you calculate the force required to lift an object?

If the object is lifted straight up at constant speed, then the force needed to lift it is equal to its weight mg. The work done on the mass is then W = Fd = mgh.

**How much force is required to move the weight?**

The force (F) required to move an object of mass (m) with an acceleration (a) is given by the formula F = m x a. So, force = mass multiplied by acceleration. As an example, if the mass of the object is given to be 3 pounds, you’ll need to convert those pounds to kilograms.

### How much force does it take to lift 1 kg?

On earth it takes about 10 Newton-meters (N-m) of energy to raise a 1 kilogram mass to a height of 1 meter. Since 1 N-m equals 1 Joule, that’s 10 Joules. If it takes 1 second to lift the weight 1 meter, than you have converted 10 Joules of energy to potential energy in one second. That’s 10 Watts of power.

### How much force is required to lift 20 kg?

Answer: Force is the product of mass and acceleration which in this case is acceleration due to gravity. Thus the work done to lift the load is 196J.

**How much force is needed to lift an object with a mass of 200 kg?**

But first, we need to change gram into kilograms because kg is the standard international unit of Mass. So, 200g = 200/1000 kg = 1/5 kg = 0.2 kg. = 2 kg mpsE2 or 2 Newtons or 2N.

## Which type of force you have used to lift a table?

If an object is resting on a table then it will have a reaction force (the normal force) also acting upwards on the object.

## How much force is required to stop a bus in 10 seconds?

Force used to stop the bus = mass of the bus in kg× deceleration = 5000 kg× – 2 m/s² = – 10,000 N. The minus sign implies force is supplied by the decelerating agency.

**How much force is required to lift a load of 20kg?**

### How much force does it take to lift a 60 kg person?

W = mg so the force needed to lift a 60kg person will be ~ 600N.

### How much force do you need to lift 1kg?

=1+0.2 =1.2N So total of 2N is required to lift a weight of 1kg at 2m/s2 but I came across a lot of articles I got terribly confused between Mass and Weight. I have pasted the links for your clarification.

**How much torque is required to lift a mass of 50 kg?**

Force needed to hold 100 kg against gravity = 100*9.8, rounding it up to 1000N. Let’s say the machine lifts it up at a rate of 1 meter per second. So power needed would be 1000 x 1 = 1kW. But this is the power needed without frictional and other losses. Fairly assuming that the motor and pulley assembly is 80% efficient, actual p

## How to calculate the electric power required to lift 100?

Slower the rate, lesser would be the wattage rating. Force needed to hold 100 kg against gravity = 100*9.8, rounding it up to 1000N. Let’s say the machine lifts it up at a rate of 1 meter per second. So power needed would be 1000 x 1 = 1kW. But this is the power needed without frictional and other losses.

## What is the force required to counteract the gravitational pull?

According to newton second law F=ma where m is mass not weight So the number says 1N force is required to counteract the gravitational pull. but I came across a lot of articles I got terribly confused between Mass and Weight. I have pasted the links for your clarification.