Table of Contents

- 1 How do you calculate the force needed to accelerate an object?
- 2 What is the upward force in the cable when the lift is moving at a constant speed?
- 3 How much force is needed to accelerate a 68 kilogram?
- 4 How much force is needed to accelerate a 66 kg skier at 2m s?
- 5 How much force is required to lift a mass of 1kg?
- 6 How much force is required to accelerate a car with a 2000 kg 23 ms2?
- 7 How to calculate the force required to accelerate an object?
- 8 How many feet per second does force acceleration increase?

## How do you calculate the force needed to accelerate an object?

Learning the Formula. Multiply mass times acceleration. The force (F) required to move an object of mass (m) with an acceleration (a) is given by the formula F = m x a. So, force = mass multiplied by acceleration.

### What is the upward force in the cable when the lift is moving at a constant speed?

The combined system of you + elevator has two forces, a combined force of gravity and the tension in the cable. Consider the normal force acting on you from the elevator: N = mg if the elevator is at rest or moving at constant velocity. N = mg + ma if the elevator has an upward acceleration.

**What force is needed to accelerate upward?**

If the object is moving upward at constant velocity, the work done by gravity is simply the force of gravity times the displacement. If the object is accelerated during the lifting process, the resistance from inertia must be taken into account.

**How do you find the upward normal force?**

The weight of an object equals the mass of the object multiplied by the acceleration of gravity. Multiply the two values together. In order to find the normal force, you need to multiply the weight of the object by the cosine of the angle of incline.

## How much force is needed to accelerate a 68 kilogram?

The force needed to accelerate a 68 kilogram-skier at a rate of 1.2ms2 is 81.6 Net forces.

### How much force is needed to accelerate a 66 kg skier at 2m s?

= 66 kg x 2 m/s^2 = 132 N. Thus, a force of 132 N is needed to accelerate a skier, having a mass of 66 kg, by 2 m/s^2.

**When a lift is accelerated upward the apparent weight of an object in it will be?**

When the lift accelerates upward, a pseudo force will act on the body in the downward direction in addition to the weight. So the apparent weight will increase. If lift is going with uniform speed, the force acting on the body will be weight of the person.

**What is upward acceleration?**

Acceleration tells you the rate at which the velocity is changing. Because the velocity is a vector, you have to consider the changes to its magnitude and direction. If you throw the ball upward with a speed of 9.8 m/s, the velocity has a magnitude of 9.8 m/s in the upward direction.

## How much force is required to lift a mass of 1kg?

So to lift this 1kg mass will take more than 9.8 N. 10 newtons of life would create a net force of 0.2 N so 0.2/1 = 0.2 meters acceleration. Note that, gravitational force is one side of the same coin, with acceleration on the other.

### How much force is required to accelerate a car with a 2000 kg 23 ms2?

The net force needed is 4000 N .

**What is normal force on an incline?**

When an object is placed on an inclined plane, its weight vector can be resolved into the normal force, which is equal to the force of the object perpendicular to the plane, and a parallel force, which pushes the object down the inclined plane.

**How do you find the normal force of an object on an incline?**

- The normal force of an object placed on a sloping surface is always perpendicular to the surface.
- mgsinθ
- Take g = 9.8ms-2.
- (a) Σ F = ma = mg sin θ where mg sin θ is the component of the force parallel to the slope.

## How to calculate the force required to accelerate an object?

To illustrate, let’s first walk through an example in the metric system, where we’re calculating the force required to accelerate an 8 kg object at 10 m/s2. According to the “F = m a” formula, that force is: F = m a F = (8 kg) (10 m/s2)

### How many feet per second does force acceleration increase?

This means that we are increasing your speed by 10 feet per second, each second. So, you were already travelling at a constant 10 feet per second (your speed). Now, when we accelerate you at 10 feet per second squared we are increasing your speed by 10 feet per second for every second that goes by.

**How to calculate the force needed to accelerate an elevator?**

Let the force exerted by him be R and acceleration due to gravity (g) be a 10ms^-2 mass of man = 90 kg, Therefore total force acting on the floor of the elevator = mg + (-R) {R is negative as it acts in the opposite direction of acceleration of the elevator }

**What kind of force is needed to accelerate a block?**

There are infinite possibilities. There is actually not enough information … acceleration, for instance, is a vector … if the block is sitting on the ground, then the direction of the force and desired acceleration are going to be important (there may be gravity, friction, and air resistance to consider).