ACCELERATION CALCULATOR


Acceleration calculator calculates displacement, distance, initial velocity, final velocity, average velocity, average speed, travel time and acceleration parameters of constant acceleration problem in physics. Moreover, following plots are drawn.

  - Position vs. Time

  - Velocity vs. Time

Formulas used for calculations are given in the "List of Equations" section.


Acceleration Calculator


Calculator:

 INPUT PARAMETERS
Known parameters
Displacement (∆x)
Initial Velocity (V0)
Final Velocity (Vf)
Elapsed Time (t)
Constant Acceleration (a)

Note: Use dot "." as decimal separator.

 


RESULTS
Parameter  Solution Unit
Displacement
Distance
Initial Velocity
Final Velocity
Average Velocity
Average Speed
Constant Acceleration
Time



Note: Default rounding is 5 decimal places.

Definitions:

Average Speed: The average speed is defined as the total distance traveled divided by the time that it takes to travel that distance.

Average Velocity: The average velocity is the displacement divided by the time elapsed.

Displacement: The change in position of an object. It is how far the object is from its starting point. The displacement may not equal the total distance traveled.

Distance: Distance is the scalar measure of the length of a path covered in the motion of an object.

List of Equations:

Displacement ∆x=v0t+1/2at2
Velocity v=v0+at
Average Velocity vavg=(xf-x0)/t
Average Speed Distance/time elapsed

 
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