What Is The Formula To Calculate Vertical Acceleration How Is This Determined


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3 hours ago The constant vertical velocity is called the terminal velocity . Using algebra, we can determine the value of the terminal velocity. At terminal velocity: D = W Cd * r * V ^2 * A / 2 = W Solving for the vertical velocity V, we obtain the equation V = sqrt ( (2 * W) / (Cd * r * A) where sqrt denotes the square root function.

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2 hours ago The vertical distance h between the points (1 and 2), The mass density of the fluid ρ. Acceleration due to gravity g. If the point 1 under discussion is shifted to the top of the fluid (say, water), which is open to the atmosphere, P 1 may be replaced by atmospheric pressure (P a) and we replace P 2 by P. Then the above equation gives, P = P a

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6 hours ago Example (3) for the horizontal projectile motion: A stone is thrown horizontally into the air with a speed of $8\,{\rm m/s}$ from the top of a …

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Just Now I would like to calculate torque to rotate 1200 kg of mass which is attached in 1.5" dia shaft. Shaft is supported by 2 bearings at its end. Neglect bearing frication.

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7 hours ago To calculate the mechanical advantage of a screw you divide the circumference of the screw by the pitch of the screw. Pitch is the vertical distance between two adjacent threads. So assuming a

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2 hours ago The theoretical formula T = 2 π√L/g says two amazing things: 1. The period does not depend on the mass of the pendulum. 2. The period does not depend on the size of the arc through which the pendulum swings. Recall that this formula is valid for “small” oscillations or small arcs (x << L). Let’s see if we

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