## Load Force Calculator:

Enter the values of mass in kilograms and acceleration in meters per second squared to calculate the Load Force in Newtons.

**Load Force Formula:**

Load force quantifies the force exerted on an object, typically due to acceleration or deceleration, within the framework of Newton’s second law of motion.

Load Force, LF_{(N)} in Newtons, is calculated by multiplying the mass of the object, m_{(kg)} in kilograms by the acceleration, a_{(m/s²)} in metres per second squared.

Load Force, LF_{(N)} = m_{(kg)} * a_{(m/s²)}

LF_{(N)} = load force in Newton, N.

m_{(kg)} = mass of the object in kilogram, kg.

a_{(m/s²)} = acceleration in metre per second squared.

__Load Force Calculation:__

- Calculate the load force exerted on a 10 kg object accelerating at 2 m/s².

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

Load Force, LF_{(N)} = m_{(kg)} * a_{(m/s²)}

LF_{(N)} = 10 * 2

LF_{(N)} = 20N.

- Calculate the acceleration of a 20 kg object when a load force of 100 N is applied.

Given: m_{(kg)} = 20kg, LF_{(N)} = 100N.

Load Force, LF_{(N)} = m_{(kg)} * a_{(m/s²)}

a_{(m/s²)} = LF_{(N)} / m_{(kg)}

a_{(m/s²)} = 100 / 20

a_{(m/s²)} =5m/s^{2}.