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

 Enter Mass of the Object: kg Enter Acceleration: m/s2 Result – Load Force: N

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.

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

Given: m(kg) = 10kg, a(m/s²) = 2m/s2.

Load Force, LF(N) = m(kg) * a(m/s²)

LF(N) = 10 * 2

LF(N) = 20N.

1. 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/s2.