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Cabbage
Goat
Not that hard
oh wait.
It's dead already obviously..
Fc = m*Ac
Ac = v^2/r
Fc = m (v^2/r)
Here, v is not delta(v) and is the actual velocity. To get the Gforces, simply divide the centripetal force by weight.
here's the formula I pulled that from
v2^2 = v1^2 + 2ad
Fc = m*Ac
Ac = v^2/r
Fc = m (v^2/r)
Here, v is not delta(v) and is the actual velocity. To get the Gforces, simply divide the centripetal force by weight.
here's the formula I pulled that from
v2^2 = v1^2 + 2ad
Fc = m*Ac
Ac = v^2/r
Fc = m (v^2/r)
Here, v is not delta(v) and is the actual velocity. To get the Gforces, simply divide the centripetal force by weight.