Well i'm building something on my free time and I want to buy an engine and I would like to know if it is strong enough to carry me uphill. Is there a formula i can use?
This is what is know to me (added an engine i have my eyes on): Engine (hub engine would be inside wheel): Volts - 36v Watts - 361w Torque - 22.83 N.m RPM - 151 n
body: Wheel radius - 15.3 cm Body weight (with batteries, chassis, my weight and motor weight included) - 75 kg
Transmission: Hub engine - not transmission. the engine itself spins and is located at the center of the wheel (i think this means that the differential is 1). environment: expected to go ~35 degrees uphill
At what speed am i expected to go uphill? At what acceleration? How do i calculate this?
Further more, i found lots of engines that only state watt, RPM and volt. is this enough to calculate torque?
thank you very much in advance!