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# Dynamics

## Motion - velocity and acceleration, forces and torque.

### Acceleration

Change in velocity vs. time used.

### Acceleration of Gravity and Newton's Second Law

Acceleration of gravity and Newton's Second Law - SI and Imperial units.

### Acceleration Units Converter

Converting between units of acceleration.

### Acceleration vs. Velocity Equations

Useful equations related to acceleration, average velocity, final velocity and distance traveled.

### Angular Motion - Power and Torque

Angular velocity and acceleration vs. power and torque.

### Average Velocity

Distance traveled vs. time used.

### Banked Turn

A turn or change of direction in which the vehicle banks or inclines, usually towards the inside of the turn.

### Bodies Moving on Inclined Planes - Acting Forces

Required forces to move bodies up inclined planes.

### Bollard Forces

Friction, load and effort forces acting in ropes turned around bollards.

### Car - Required Power and Torque

Power, torque, efficiency and wheel force acting on a car.

### Car - Traction Force

Adhesion and tractive force between car wheel and surface.

### Car Acceleration

Car acceleration calculator.

### Centripetal and Centrifugal Acceleration Force

Forces due to circular motion and centripetal / centrifugal acceleration.

### Distance Traveled vs. Speed and Time - Calculator and Chart

Velocity plotted in time used diagram.

### Drawbridge - Force and Moment vs. Elevation

Calculate the acting forces and moments when elevating drawbridges or beams.

### Elevators - Force and Power

Required force and power to lift an elevator.

### Flywheels - Kinetic Energy

The kinetic energy stored in flywheels - the moment of inertia.

### Force

Newton's third law - force vs. mass and acceleration.

### Formulas of Motion - Linear and Circular

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

### Impact Force

Impact forces acting on falling objects hitting the ground, cars crashing and similar cases.

### 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.

### Lifting Wheels

Loads and effort force with lifting wheels.

### Mass Moment of Inertia

The Mass Moment of Inertia vs. mass of object, it's shape and relative point of rotation - the Radius of Gyration.

### Movement Ratio

Machines and movement ratio (velocity ratio).

### Pendulum

A simple pendulum oscillates in the vertical plane due to gravity.

### Potential Energy - Hydropower

Elevation and potential energy in hydropower.

### Projectile Range

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

### Pulleys

Pulleys, blocks and tackles.

### Pulling an Airplane

Force required to pull an air plane.

### Rolling Resistance

Rolling friction and rolling resistance.

### Rotating Bodies - Stress

Stress in rotating disc and ring bodies.

### Universal Gravitational Law

Gravitational attraction between two objects vs. mass of the objects and the distance between them.

Online vector calculator - add vectors with different magnitude and direction - like forces, velocities and more.

### Vehicle - Distance Traveled vs. Velocity and Time (km/h)

Speed (km/h) vs. time (hours) and distance traveled (km).

### Winches

Effort force to raise a load.

### Work done by Force

Work done by a force acting on an object.

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