__Hammer Force Calculator:__>

__Hammer Force Calculator:__>

Enter the values of mass, m_{(kg)} and acceleration due to gravity, a_{(m/s2)} to determine the value of Hammer force, HF_{(N)}.

__Hammer Force Formula:__

__Hammer Force Formula:__

Hammer force refers to the force exerted by a hammer on an object when it is used to strike. This force is a result of the hammer’s mass and its acceleration at the moment of impact.

Hammer force, HF_{(N)} in Newtons is calculated by multiplying the mass, m_{(kg)} in kilograms by the acceleration due to gravity, a_{(m/s2)} in metres per second squared.

Hammer force, HF_{(N) }= m_{(kg)} * a_{(m/s2)}

HF_{(N) }= hammer force in Newtons, N.

m_{(kg)} = mass in kilograms, kg.

a_{(m/s2)} = acceleration due to gravity in metres per second squared, a_{(m/s2)}.

__Hammer Force Calculation:__

__Hammer Force Calculation:__

- Suppose a 2 kg hammer is swung and accelerates at 10m/s
^{2}at the moment of impact. Calculate the force exerted by the hammer.

Given: m_{(kg)} = 2kg, a_{(m/s2)} = 10m/s^{2}.

Hammer force, HF_{(N) }= m_{(kg)} * a_{(m/s2)}

HF_{(N) }= 2 * 10

HF_{(N) }= 20N.

- Suppose you have a hammer force (HF) of 30 Newtons and the acceleration (a) at the moment of impact is 15m/s
^{2}. Find the mass of the hammer.

Given: HF_{(N) }= 30N, a_{(m/s2)} = 15m/s^{2}.

Hammer force, HF_{(N) }= m_{(kg)} * a_{(m/s2)}

m_{(kg)} = HF_{(N)} / a_{(m/s2)}

m_{(kg)} = 30/15

m_{(kg)} = 2kg.