Acceleration and de-acceleration using the 3-axis acceleration data

  1. Hello all,
    i have some acceleration value s in each axis(x,y,z)
    i want to calculate the acceleration and de-acceleration using the acceleration data in (m/s^2)

    my data are as below:-
    id time (ms) x (m/s2) y (m/s2) z (m/s2)
    0 0 -0.1569064 7.4628606 5.9722495
    1 64 -0.5001391 8.551398 5.7368903
    2 178 -0.44129923 8.374879 5.7368903
    3 294 -0.44129923 8.306232 5.79573
    4 382 -0.39226598 8.237586 5.8349566
    5 383 -0.2353596 8.16894 5.8349566
    6 469 -0.0784532 7.864933 5.8349566
    7 555 -0.0784532 7.678607 5.8349566
    8 557 -0.0784532 7.60996 5.8349566
    9 643 -0.0784532 7.8453197 5.8937964
    10 729 -0.0784532 7.9041595 5.8937964
    11 815 -0.0784532 7.9041595 5.933023
    12 816 -0.0784532 7.8257065 5.933023
    13 927 -0.14709975 7.8257065 5.933023
    14 1021 -0.14709975 7.9924197 5.933023
    15 1115 -0.088259846 7.75706 5.933023
    16 1193 -0.088259846 7.502087 5.933023
    17 1298 -0.088259846 7.502087 5.991863
    18 1385 -0.088259846 7.5707335 5.991863
    19 1386 -0.088259846 7.60996 5.991863
    20 1472 -0.088259846 7.5707335 5.991863


    How i will calculate the lateral and longitudinal acceleration (vehicle performance)

    how to remove the gravity factor to get the acctual acceleration

    thanks in advance

    Regards
    Trilokchand Modi
     
  2. jcsd
  3. You need to provide a basic description of what it is you're doing here. If you want to remove gravity components you need to know the body orientation (Euler Angles), which I do not see.
     
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