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Acceleration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Acceleration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Acceleration From Wikipedia, the free en-cyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search This article is about acceleration in physics. For other uses, see Acceleration (disambiguation) and Accelerate ...


Angular acceleration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Angular acceleration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Angular acceleration From Wikip-edia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Radians per second squared Unit system SI derived unit Unit of Angular acceleration Symbol rad/s ...


Peak ground acceleration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Peak ground acceleration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Peak ground acceleration From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search The examples and persp-ective in this article may not represent a worldwide view of the ...


Gravitational acceleration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Gravitational acceleration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Gravitational acceleration From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Main article: Classical mechanics This article needs additional citations for ...


Tidal acceleration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Tidal acceleration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Tidal acceleration From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search A picture of the Earth and the Moon from Mars . The presence of the moon (which has about 1/81 the ...


Proper acceleration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... a constant-acceleration roundtrip. In relativity theory, proper acceleration [ 1 ] is the physical acceleration (i.e., measurable acceleration as by an accelerometer ) experienced by an object. It is thus acceleration relative to a ...


Acceleration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Acceleration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Acceleration From Wikipedia, the free en-cyclopedia   (Redirected from Centripetal acceleration ) Jump to: navigation , search This article is about acceleration in physics. For other uses, ...


Four-acceleration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... line . [ 1 ] [ 2 ] Therefore, the magnitude of the four-acceleration (which is an invariant scalar) is equal to the proper acceleration that a moving particle "feels" moving along a world line . The world lines having constant magnitude of ...


Orders of magnitude (acceleration) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... ≈ 0 m/s² ≈ 0 g A ride in the Vomit Comet 0.25 m/s² 0.026 g Train acceleration for SJ X2 1.62 m/s² 0.1654 g Standing on the Moon at its equator 4.3 m/s² 0.44 g Car accelera-tion 0–100 km/h 6.4s with Saab 9-5 Hirsch 9.82 m/s² ...


Particle acceleration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... article acceleration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Particle acceleration From Wikip-edia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search This article is about small-scale particle acceleration in acoustics . For acceleration of ...


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