Projectile Motion for Vertical Velocity Calculator

The Projectile Motion for Vertical Velocity Calculator is an online tool that calculates the vertical velocity of a particle moving in a projectile. Online Vertical Velocity Calculator can be used to calculate not only the vertical velocity but also the initial velocity and time of flight of the projected particle.

Initial vertical velocity
Acceleration due to gravity
Time

Projectile Motion - Definition

The motion of a projectile object is known as projectile motion.

A projectile is an object that is only affected by gravity. Projectiles can take many forms. For example, an object dropped from rest is a projectile as long as air resistance has little effect.


What is Vertical Velocity in Projectile Motion?

When a particle is projected, the only force acting on it is gravity's acceleration, which causes it to act vertically downward. In addition, the particle's velocity changes from its initial value. Vertical projectile motion is the name for this type of movement. As a result, the velocity of a particle in vertical displacement due to uniform gravity acceleration is given by:

Vy = Vy0 − gt

  • where,
  • Vy = Vertical velocity at time t
  • Vy0 = Initial velocity of the particle
  • g = acceleration due to gravity
  • t = time of flight

How do I calculate the vertical velocity of a projectile?

Follow these steps with the calculator to find vertical velocity in projectile motion of a particle when the initial velocity changes:

  • Step 1: Fill in the values for the projectile's initial velocity, acceleration due to gravity (9.8 m/s2), and time of flight in the appropriate input fields.
  • Step 2: Mention 'x' as the vertical velocity that needs to be calculated.
  • Step 3: To get the result, click the "Calculate the Unknown" button.
  • Step 4: The projectile's vertical velocity will appear in the output field.

FAQs on Projectile Motion for Vertical Velocity

1. What is a projectile's vertical velocity?

A projectile has a vertical acceleration of 9.8 m/s/s, a downward acceleration of 0 m/s/s, and no horizontal acceleration. This means the vertical velocity changes by 9.8 m/s every second while the horizontal velocity remains constant.


2. What is projectile motion's vertical velocity?

The force of gravity affects the vertical component of a projectile's velocity. It accelerates downward, covering greater distances in each time interval.


3. In projectile motion, how do you calculate vertical velocity?

V y = V y 0 − g t is the formula. The Projectile Motion for Vertical Velocity Calculator is an online tool that calculates the vertical velocity of a particle moving in a projectile.


4. What is the vertical component of a projectile's velocity when it moves upward?

When the vertical component of velocity, vy, equals zero, the maximum height of an object in a projectile trajectory occurs. The projectile comes into contact with gravity as it moves upward, slowing its speed.


5. What factors influence vertical velocity?

Vertical velocity is distinct from other forms of velocity because it is always affected by gravity's acceleration in the vertical direction. The earth's gravity causes objects to fall back to the ground at a rate of about 10 metres per second per second.