Originally Posted by **sudarshanpraz** Thanks ChipB.
I wanna know if there is any tern for max. torque base of a body can withstand and also factors on which it depends. |

Max torque before toppling is based on the geometry of the base and the location of the CG. Consider the moments acting about an edge of the base: there is a torque acting in one direction (say, clockwise) and the resisting force of the object's weight acting as a moment in the opposite direction (counter-clockwise). The magnitude of that resisting moment is equal to the weight of the object times the horizontal component of the moment arm from edge of base to CG. If you consider the weight of the object as a force vector

**W** located at the CG, and the moment arm is a vector

**R** connecting the edge to the CG, then the resisting torque is the vector cross product

**T**=

**R**x

**W**. If the applied torque exceeds this value the object will tip.