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ACCELERATION Units Conversion

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Acceleration, in physics, is the rate of change of velocity of an object with respect to time. An object's acceleration is the net result of any and all forces acting on the object, as described by Newton's Second Law. The SI unit for acceleration is meter per second squared (m/s2). Accelerations are vector quantities (they have magnitude and direction) and add according to the parallelogram law. As a vector, the calculated net force is equal to the product of the object's mass (a scalar quantity) and its acceleration. Acceleration has the dimensions of velocity (L/T) divided by time, i.e. L.T−2. The SI unit of acceleration (m/s2) also called "meter per second per second", as the velocity in meters per second changes by the acceleration value, every second.

Units of acceleration

  • Acceleration Of Gravity (gr)
  • Attometers Per Second Squared (am/s2)
  • Centimeters Per Millisecond Squared (cm/ms2)
  • Centimeters Per Second Squared (cm/s2)
  • Decimeters Per Second Squared (dm/s2)
  • Dekameters Per Second Squared (dam/s2)
  • Feet Per Hour Per Second (ft/(h*s))
  • Feet Per Hour Squared (ft/h2)
  • Feet Per Microsecond Squared (ft/µs2)
  • Feet Per Millisecond Squared (ft/ms2)
  • Feet Per Minute Per Second (ft/(min*s))
  • Feet Per Minute Squared (ft/min2)
  • Feet Per Nanosecond Squared (ft/ns2)
  • Feet Per Second Squared (ft/s2)
  • Femtometers Per Second Squared (f/s2)
  • Gals (Gal)
  • Hectometers Per Second Squared (hm/s2)
  • Inches Per Microsecond Squared (in/µs2)
  • Inches Per Millisecond Squared (in/ms2)
  • Inches Per Minute Per Second (in/(min*s))
  • Inches Per Nanosecond Squared (in/ns2)
  • Inches Per Second Squared (in/s2)
  • Kilometers Per Hour Per Second (km/(h*s))
  • Kilometers Per Hour Squared (km/h2)
  • Kilometers Per Microsecond Squared (km/µs2)
  • Kilometers Per Millisecond Squared (km/ms2)
  • Kilometers Per Minute Squared (km/min2)
  • Kilometers Per Nanosecond Squared (km/ns2)
  • Kilometers Per Second Squared (km/s2)
  • Knots Per Second (knot/s)
  • Leagues Per Hour Squared (l/h2)
  • Leagues Per Second Squared (l/s2)
  • Meters Per Hour Squared (m/h2)
  • Meters Per Microsecond Squared (m/µs2)
  • Meters Per Millisecond Squared (m/ms2)
  • Meters Per Minute Squared (m/min2)
  • Meters Per Nanosecond Squared (m/ns2)
  • Meters Per Second Per Second (m/s*s)
  • Meters Per Second Squared (m/s2)
  • Microgals (µGal)
  • Micrometers Per Microsecond Squared (µm/µs2)
  • Micrometers Per Millisecond Squared (µm/ms2)
  • Micrometers Per Nanosecond Squared (µm/ns2)
  • Micrometers Per Second Squared (µm/s2)
  • Miles Per Hour Per Second (mi/(h*s))
  • Miles Per Hour Squared (mi/h2)
  • Miles Per Microsecond Squared (mi/µs2)
  • Miles Per Millisecond Squared (mi/ms2)
  • Miles Per Minute Per Second (mi/(min*s))
  • Miles Per Minute Squared (mi/min2)
  • Miles Per Nanosecond Squared (mi/ns2)
  • Miles Per Second Squared (mi/s2)
  • Milligals (mGal)
  • Millimeters Per Microsecond Squared (mm/µs2)
  • Millimeters Per Millisecond Squared (mm/ms2)
  • Millimeters Per Nanosecond Squared (mm/ns2)
  • Millimeters Per Second Squared (mm/s2)
  • Nanometers Per Microsecond Squared (nm/µs2)
  • Nanometers Per Millisecond Squared (nm/ms2)
  • Nanometers Per Nanosecond Squared (nm/nm2)
  • Nanometers Per Second Squared (nm/s2)
  • Picometers Per Second Squared (pm/s2)
  • Standard Gravity (g0)
  • Yards Per Microsecond Squared (yd/µs2)
  • Yards Per Millisecond Squared (yd/ms2)
  • Yards Per Minute Squared (yd/min2)
  • Yards Per Nanosecond Squared (yd/ns2)
  • Yards Per Second Squared (yd/s2)

ACCELERATION's unit pairs