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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Angular displacement of the shaft from mean position
Angular displacement of the shaft=Restoring force/Torsional stiffness of the shaft GO
Torsional stiffness of the shaft
Torsional stiffness of the shaft=Restoring force/Angular displacement of the shaft GO
Meta-centric height in the experimental method
Metacentric height=((Weight*Distance Traveled)/(Weight*tan(Angle of heel))) GO
Angle of heel for metacentric height in experimental method
Angle of heel=atan((Weight*Distance Traveled)/(Weight*Metacentric height)) GO
Movable weight for metacentric height in experimental method
Weight=(Metacentric height*Weight*tan(Angle of heel))/(Distance Traveled) GO
Acceleration in SHM (when angular frequency is given)
Acceleration=-(Angular Frequency^2)*Distance Traveled GO
Running Pace
Running Pace=Distance Traveled/Time Taken to Travel GO
Mass of body( when distance traveled and k is given)
Mass=-(Constant K*Distance Traveled)/Acceleration GO
Accelaration( K and x given)
Acceleration=(-Constant K*Distance Traveled)/Mass GO
Distance from start(when restoring force and k is given)
Distance Traveled=-Restoring force/Constant K GO
Restoring force in shm
Restoring force=-Constant K*Distance Traveled GO

1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

constant k (when angular frequency is given)
Constant K=(Angular Frequency^2)*Mass GO

Constant K ( when restoring force is given ) Formula

Constant K=-Restoring force/Distance Traveled
K=-F/D
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Normal stress or longitudinal stress GO
Longitudinal strain GO
restoring force( when stress is given) GO
Area of the body ( when stress is given ) GO
Time Period of SHM GO
Frequency of SHM GO
Angular frequency of shm GO
Phase in SHM GO
Constant A (when position is given) GO
Restoring force in shm GO
Accelaration( K and x given) GO
Distance from start(when restoring force and k is given) GO
Mass of body( when distance traveled and k is given) GO
Angular frequency ( when constant K and mass is given) GO
constant k (when angular frequency is given) GO
Mass of particle (relating angular frequency w) GO
Acceleration in SHM (when angular frequency is given) GO
Distance travelled in shm ( when angular frequency is given ) GO
Velocity of particle in shm GO
Distance traveled ( when velocity is given ) GO
Distance traveled by a particle in shm when velocity becomes zero GO
Total distance traveled( when velocity and angular frequency is given) square of distances traveled GO
Angular frequency(when velocity and distance A given) GO
Square of different distance traveled in shm GO
Change in length when longitudinal stress is given GO
Original length when longitudinal stress is given GO
Volume strain GO
Change in volume of the body when volume strain is given. GO
Original volume of body when strain is given GO
Displacement of upper surface GO
Perpendicular distance between the two surfaces GO
Young's modulus of elasticity GO

What is SHM?

Simple harmonic motion is defined as a periodic motion of a point along a straight line, such that its acceleration is always towards a fixed point in that line and is proportional to its distance from that point.

How to Calculate Constant K ( when restoring force is given )?

Constant K ( when restoring force is given ) calculator uses Constant K=-Restoring force/Distance Traveled to calculate the Constant K, The Constant K ( when restoring force is given ) formula is defined as a force which acts to bring a body to its equilibrium position. The restoring force is a function only of position of the mass or particle, and it is always directed back toward the equilibrium position of the system. Constant K and is denoted by K symbol.

How to calculate Constant K ( when restoring force is given ) using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Constant K ( when restoring force is given ), enter Restoring force (F) and Distance Traveled (D) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Constant K ( when restoring force is given ) calculation can be explained with given input values -> -0.16 = -8/50.

FAQ

What is Constant K ( when restoring force is given )?
The Constant K ( when restoring force is given ) formula is defined as a force which acts to bring a body to its equilibrium position. The restoring force is a function only of position of the mass or particle, and it is always directed back toward the equilibrium position of the system and is represented as K=-F/D or Constant K=-Restoring force/Distance Traveled. Restoring force is a force which acts to bring a body to its equilibrium position. and Distance Traveled defines how much path an object has covered to reach its destination in a given period.
How to calculate Constant K ( when restoring force is given )?
The Constant K ( when restoring force is given ) formula is defined as a force which acts to bring a body to its equilibrium position. The restoring force is a function only of position of the mass or particle, and it is always directed back toward the equilibrium position of the system is calculated using Constant K=-Restoring force/Distance Traveled. To calculate Constant K ( when restoring force is given ), you need Restoring force (F) and Distance Traveled (D). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Restoring force and Distance Traveled and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Constant K?
In this formula, Constant K uses Restoring force and Distance Traveled. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Constant K=(Angular Frequency^2)*Mass
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