Torque is among the most important of all the measured quantities, in applications ranging from characterizing high power gas turbines to determining the level of force required to open a screw cap on a medication container. As anyone who studied physics in high school should recall, torque is the tendency of a force to rotate an object about an axis, fulcrum, or pivot. Measuring torque accurately can be far from straightforward. This white paper offers an overview of one approach to reducing uncertainty in torque measurement using an example of turbine engine testing to illustrate the process. Download this white paper, "Reducing Torque Measurement Uncertainty in Turbine Engine Testing" to learn more.