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Hi All,


I had forgot all the formula for engineering science to determind speed, velocity, w (omaga ), acceleration and force. Any one still remenber this formula? or any web page have this formula?


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Engineering Science

I think you are mistaken on the variables in the formula. what are you trying to get, and what do you have?
 

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Re: Engineering Science

doubledragon said:
Hi All,


I had forgot all the formula for engineering science to determind speed, velocity, w (omaga ), acceleration and force. Any one still remenber this formula? or any web page have this formula?


Regards,
Doubledragon

speed, s = dx/dt, x- dist travelled, t - time elapsed. ( you dont care about the direction)

velocity, V= speed w/ a vector component.... ( has a reference point)

tangential velocity, w(omega) = V*V/r , velocity squaredover the radius of curvature

acceleration, a = dv/dt, rate of change of velicty per unit time

force, F = m*a, (mass * acceleration), for a moving object.
 

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