Cap kicks a guy
Avg weight of a U.S. soldier ≈ 77 kg
Distance ≈ 20 ft
Time in the air ≈ 0.6
Velocity ≈ 33 m/s
Acceleration = 33/.1 = 330 m/s^2
F = 77 x 330 = 25,410 N = 2.59 tons
Keep in mind the guy would've went much further if he didn't smack into that wall. And considering the fact that 3,300 newtons has a decent chance of breaking your ribs, this guy is likely very dead.
Hulk weighs 680 kg. The Hulkbuster is around a head taller, noticeably wider, and made of metal so I think it's safe to say he's around 2-3 tons. Since this was a replacement part and not the full suit, I'll put it at merely twice the Hulk's weight at 1360 kg or 1.5 tons.
Weight = 1,360 kg
Distance ≈ 23 m
Time between punch and satellite ≈ 0.8
Speed = 28.75 m/s
Acceleration = 28.75/.04 = 718.75 m/s^2
F = 977,500 N = 99.68 tons
Another lowball. I didn't account for Hulk having to overpower its thrusters and the part getting stopped by the satellite.
Hulk shakes a street
Concrete weighs 2,400 kg per cubic meter and is generally 6 inches thick on roads.
Area is around 15 m^2
Volume of the concrete shook ≈ 34 m^3
Mass of concrete = 81,600 kg or 90 tons
Hulk however dug down to roughly his height, so I'll also add in the mass of the soil. Soil has a weight of 1,700 kg per cubic meter.
Volume = 2. 4 x 15^2 = 540 m^3
Mass of soil = 918,000 ≈ 1,000 tons
Total mass = 999,600 kg
Hulk shook the street pretty violently, you can see cars jump slightly or slide back. I'll assume it moved he moved it about 6 inches.
Distance = .15 m
Time = .7
Velocity = .21 m/s
Acceleration = .21/.05 = 4.28 m/s^2
F = 4,284,000 N ≈ 437 tons
Bit of a lowball. The force wouldn't transfer so well through soil, plus I didn't account for the weight of the soil or the possible added weight of the buildings