**Inertia Force Calculator**

Enter the values of inertial mass, IM_{(kg)}, change in velocity, V_{(m/s)} and time, T_{(s)} to determine the value of inertia Force, IF_{(N)}.

**Inertia Force Formula**

Inertia force (IF) represents the force required to change the velocity of an object with a given inertial mass (IM) over a certain period of time (T).

Inertia Force, IF_{(N)} in Newtons, is calculated by multiplying the inertial mass, IM_{(kg)} in kilograms, by the change in velocity, V_{(m/s)} in meters per second, divided by the time, T_{(s) }in seconds over which the change occurs.

Inertia Force, IF_{(N)} = IM_{(kg)} * V_{(m/s)} / T_{(s)}

IF_{(N)} = inertia force in Newtons, N.

IM_{(kg)} = inertial mass in kilograms, kg.

V_{(m/s)} = change in velocity in metre per seconds, m/s.

T_{(s) }= time in seconds, s.

__Inertia Force Calculation:__

- Calculate the inertia force needed to accelerate a car with a mass of 1500 kg from rest to 30 m/s in 10 seconds.

Given: IM_{(kg)} = 1500kg, V_{(m/s)} = 30m/s, T_{(s) } = 10s.

Inertia Force, IF_{(N)} = IM_{(kg)} * V_{(m/s)} / T_{(s)}

IF_{(N)} = 1500 * 30 / 10

IF_{(N)} = 4500N.

- Find the time it takes for a force of 1000 N to change the velocity of a 500 kg object by 20 m/s.

Given: IM_{(kg)} = 500kg, V_{(m/s)} = 20m/s, IF_{(N)} = 1000N.

Inertia Force, IF_{(N)} = IM_{(kg)} * V_{(m/s)} / T_{(s)}

T_{(s) }= IM_{(kg)} * V_{(m/s)} / IF_{(N)}

T_{(s) }= 500 * 20 / 1000

T_{(s) }= 10s.