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    The T=Ia will not account for cylinder pressure...

    The T=Ia will not account for cylinder pressure or gravity.
    Asking questions related to engines when you are not dealing with engines is not getting you where you want to be.

    You have a press...
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    T=Ia is analogous to F=ma If you need to...

    T=Ia is analogous to F=ma If you need to accelerate something in a straight line use F=ma. If you want to start something spinning or slow the rotation down, T=Ia fills the bill.

    If you engine...
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    The 'a' is angular acceleration so there must be...

    The 'a' is angular acceleration so there must be a change in rotational speed involved. Starting with the second part of the question, first:

    If you spin the crank and remove the drill, the...
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