# Position Velocity And Acceleration Of A Wavepoint Calculator | iCalculator™

The Position, Velocity and Acceleration of a Wavepoint Calculator will calculate the:

1. The y-position of a wavepoint at a certain instant for a given horizontal position if amplitude, phase, wavelength and period are known.
2. The vertical instantaneous velocity at a certain instant for a given horizontal position if amplitude, phase, wavelength and period are known.
3. The vertical instantaneous acceleration at a certain instant for a given horizontal position if amplitude, phase, wavelength and period are known.

Please note that for the purpose of calculations Waves are considered as standing.

 🖹 Normal View🗖 Full Page View Calculator Precision (Decimal Places)0123456789101112131415 Amplitude (A) m Wavelength (λ) m Horizontal position of the wavepoint (x) m Period of wave (T) s Time (t) s Archimedes constant (π) Initial phase (φ) rad
Vertical position of wave calculation The y-position of a wavepoint at a certain instant for a given horizontal position if amplitude, phase, wavelength and period are known is m The instantaneous velocity of a wavepoint at a certain instant for a given horizontal position if amplitude, phase, wavelength and period are known is m/s The vertical instantaneous acceleration at a certain instant for a given horizontal position if amplitude, phase, wavelength and period are known is m/s2 y(x,t) = A × sin2π/λ × x - 2π/T × t + φy(x,t) = × sin2 × / × - 2 × / × + y(x,t) = × sin/ × - / × + y(x,t) = × sin × - × + y(x,t) = × siny(x,t) = × y(x,t) = vy = A × 2π/λ × cos2π/λ × x - 2π/T × t + φvy = × 2 × / × cos2 × / × - 2 × / × + vy = × / × cos/ × - / × + vy = × × cos × - × + vy = × cosvy = × vy = vy = -A × 4π2/T2 × sin2π/λ × x - 2π/T × t + φvy = - × 4 × 2/2 × sin2 × / × - 2 × / × + vy = - × 4 × / × sin/ × - / × + vy = - × / × sin × - × + vy = - × × sinvy = × vy = Amplitude (A) m Wavelength (λ) m Horizontal position of the wavepoint (x) m Period of wave (T) s Time (t) s Archimedes constant (π) Initial phase (φ) rad

Please note that the formula for each calculation along with detailed calculations are available below. As you enter the specific factors of each position velocity and acceleration of a wavepoint calculation, the Position Velocity And Acceleration Of A Wavepoint Calculator will automatically calculate the results and update the Physics formula elements with each element of the position velocity and acceleration of a wavepoint calculation. You can then email or print this position velocity and acceleration of a wavepoint calculation as required for later use.

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## Vertical position of wave Formula and Calculation

y(x,t) = A × sin/λ × x - /T × t + φ

## Vertical velocity of a wavepoint Formula and Calculation

vy = A × /λ × cos/λ × x - /T × t + φ

## Vertical acceleration of a wavepoint Formula and Calculation

vy = -A × 2/T2 × sin/λ × x - /T × t + φ

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