Conversion of foot-pound force (ft-lbF)

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A foot-pound-force (ft·lbf or ft·lb) is a unit of energy, or torque, in the engineering and gravitational systems in the United States
and is equal to the energy exerted or work done by a force of one pound-force acting through a linear displacement of one foot.

                                                 


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