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How to calculate the work from force (acceleration and mass) 
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#1
Apr2409, 05:37 PM

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Hi,
I would like to calculate the used energy with the accelerometer. Does anyone know how to calculate the used energy (work) from acceleration and body mass? 


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Apr2409, 07:43 PM

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f=ma
v=at d=vt w=fd 


#3
Apr2409, 08:02 PM

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If force is constant with distance, then the force/distance curve is actually a strait line, so the work is W=FD Also, remember that F=ma 


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