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The Centripetal Force Calculator will calculate:
|The centripetal force in a rotational motion = N|
|The total acceleration in a non-uniform rotational motion = m/s2|
|Centripetal force in a rotational motion Calculation|
|FC = m × v2/r|
FC = × 2/
FC = × /
FC = /
|Total acceleration in a non-uniform rotational motion Calculation|
|a = √v2/r2 + v - v0/t2|
a = √2/r2 + - /2
a = √/2 + /2
a = √2 + 2
a = √ +
a = √
|Centripetal Force Calculator Input Values|
|Mass of object (m) m|
|Radius of curvature (r) m|
|Velocity of object at a given instant (v) m/s|
|Initial velocity of the object (v0) m/s|
|Time of rotation (t) s|
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