Trajectory calculator to find range, maximum height and flight time of horizontal projectile in physics. See Projectile Motion Calculator for more detailed trajectory calculations.

INPUT PARAMETERS | ||

Initial Velocity (V0) | ||

Launch Angle (α) | ||

Initial Height (h_{0}) |
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Gravity* | ||

Note: Use dot "." as decimal separator.

Note: Final height of the projectile is 0.

Note*: Gravity vector is negative in downward direction.

RESULTS | |||

Parameter | Symbol | Value | Unit |

Maximum Height |
h_{max} |
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Horizontal Distance | l | ||

Flight Duration | t | [s] |

Note: Default rounding is 5 decimal places.

**Projectile Motion: **Projectile motion is a form of motion which takes place in two dimensions. The shape of the motion is a parabola.

Position formula
(in x-direction) |
x_{t}=x_{0}+v_{0x}t |

Position formula (in y-direction) |
y_{t}=y_{0}+V_{0y}t+1/2gt^{2} |

Velocity formula (in x-direction) |
V_{x} = V_{0x} |

Velocity formula (in y-direction) |
V_{yt} = V_{0y}+gt |

- About Science. (2018). Projectile Motion Equations - About Science. [online]
- Giancoli, Douglas C. Physics: Principles with Applications (7th Edition) - Standalone book. Pearson, 2016.