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Distance Traveled vs. Speed and Time - Calculator and Chart

For a graph with velocity vs. time - the area under the graph is distance traveled:

You can use the calculator below to summarize traveled distance:

Distance traveled: (m, ft, km, miles - depending on the units used)

Example

A car travels intervals with constant speed:

1. 25 m/s in 120 s
2. 30 m/s in 220 s
3. 15 m/s in 300 s

The total distance traveled by the car can be calculated as

(25 m/s) (120 s) + (30 m/s) (220 s) + (15 m/s) (300 s)

= 14100 m

Related Topics

• Dynamics

Motion of bodies and the action of forces in producing or changing their motion - velocity and acceleration, forces and torque.

• Miscellaneous

Engineering related topics like Beaufort Wind Scale, CE-marking, drawing standards and more.

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Angular Motion - Power and Torque

Angular velocity and acceleration vs. power and torque.

Centripetal and Centrifugal Acceleration Force

Forces due to circular motion and centripetal / centrifugal acceleration.

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Dynamic pressure is the kinetic energy per unit volume of a fluid in movement.

Formulas of Motion - Linear and Circular

Linear and angular (rotation) acceleration, velocity, speed and distance.

Impulse and Impulse Force

Forces acting a very short time are called impulse forces.

Kinetic Energy

Energy possessed by an object's motion is kinetic energy.

Piston Engines - Displacement

Calculate piston engine displacement.

Projectile Range

Calculate the range of a projectile - a motion in two dimensions.

Torque - Work done and Power Transmitted

The work done and power transmitted by a constant torque.

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