g-Acceleration Calculator - Linear Motion
Calculation of the g-force at accelerating or braking in a straight line motion. 1 g is the average gravitational acceleration on Earth, the average force, which affects a resting person at sea level.
0 g is the value at zero gravity. 1 g = 9.80665 m/s² = 32.17405 ft/s². To reach this value at a linear acceleration, you must accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 2.74 seconds. When braking, the start speed is higher than the end speed, the g-value will become negative.
Enter three values at start speed, end speed, time and acceleration. The fourth value will be calculated.
There is also an acceleration, when moving with a constant speed in a curve.
German: Lineare g-Beschleunigung, g-Beschleunigung in einer Kurve, Fallgeschwindigkeit