h = flight maximum elevation (m, ft)
The horizontal distance of the flight can be expressed as
s = vi2 sin(2 Θ) / ag (4)
s = flight distance (m, ft)
A ball is thrown with initial velocity 25 m/s in angle 30 degrees to the horizontal plane. The time for the ball to reach maximum level is
th = (25 m/s) sin(30 degrees) / (9.81 m/s2)
= 1.27 s
The maximum elevation of the ball can be calculated as
h = 1/2 (9.81 m/s2) (1.27 s)2
= 7.91 m
The horizontal distance traveled by the ball can be calculated as
s = (25 m/s)2 sin(2 30 degrees) / (9.81 m/s2)
= 55.2 m
The calculator below can be used to estimate the time of flight, time to reach maximum elevation, maximum elevation and flight distance for a projectile like a bullet or a ball or something similar.
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