What is rpm?

RPM

Revolutions per minute (abbreviated rpm, RPM, r/min, or r·min−1) is a measure of the frequency of a rotation. It annotates the number of full rotations completed in one minute around a fixed axis. It is used as a measure of rotational speed of a mechanical component.

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BMW Compact - Engines - E46
1796 cc 85 kW (116 PS 114 hp) @ 5500 rpm 175 N·m (129 lb·ft) @ 3750 rpm 318ti 2001–2004 I4 16V N42/N46B20 1995 cc 105 kW (143 PS 141 hp) @ 6000 rpm 200 N·m (150 lb·ft ...
Volkswagen Golf Variant - Golf Mk3 Variant (1993–1999) - Engines
1.4 SPI 1391 cc 4cyl Petrol 60 PS (44 kW 59 hp) @5200 rpm 107 N·m (79 lb·ft) @2400–2800 rpm ABD 16.9 154 km/h (96 mph) 1993–1995 1.4 MPI 1390 cc 4cyl Petrol 60 PS (44 kW 59 hp) @4700 ...
APT-RPM - Distributions
... Some distributions using APT-RPM for package management are ALT Linux APT-RPM is the main, officially supported way to upgrade packages from the ALT Linux repositories ... Caixa Mágica APT-RPM and Urpmi are the package managers available in Caixa Mágica ... openmamba APT-RPM is the only way to upgrade packages in openmamba distribution ...
APT-RPM
... APT-RPM is a version of the Advanced Packaging Tool modified to work with the RPM Package Manager ... It was originally ported to RPM by Alfredo Kojima and then further developed and improved by Gustavo Niemeyer, both working for the Conectiva Linux distribution at the time ... and that he would instead focus on Smart Package Manager, which was planned as a successor to APT-RPM ...
Morris Minor - Engines
... 1956–62 948 cc A-Series Straight-4, 37 hp (28 kW) at 4750 rpm and 50 lb·ft (68 N·m) at 2500 rpm 1962–71 1098 cc A-Series Straight-4, 48 hp (36 kW) at 5100 rpm and 60 lb·ft (81 N·m) at 2500 rpm ...