Originally Posted by

**umd**
You multiply the torque x wheel rpm to get new power values.

Close, but power = torque * angular speed (not rpm). In MKS units, angular speed is radians/second.

In the CSV, just set up the following cells:

Code:

m/s circumference rot/s rad/s Watts
(kmph*1000)/(60*60) 2.096 (m/s)/(circumference) (rot/s)*2*3.14159 torque*rad/s

...or, paste this in row 2 of the .csv (to the right of the last column), and extend it down:
Code:

=B2*((C2*1000)/(60*60)/2.096)*2*3.14159

B2 is torque, and C2 is km/h, and 2.096 is your circumference on the head unit x 1000