﻿ Definition of Acceleration. Meaning of Acceleration. Synonyms of Acceleration

# Definition of Acceleration. Meaning of Acceleration. Synonyms of Acceleration

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## Definition of Acceleration

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## Meaning of Acceleration from wikipedia

- In physics, acceleration is the rate of change of velocity of an object with respect to time. An object's acceleration is the net result of all forces...
- In political and social theory, accelerationism is the idea that capitalism, or particular processes that historically characterised capitalism, should...
- typically acceleration – that causes a perception of weight, with a g-force of 1 g equal to the conventional value of gravitational acceleration on Earth...
- In physics, gravitational acceleration is the acceleration on an object caused by the force of gravitation. Neglecting friction such as air resistance...
- Angular acceleration is the time rate of change of angular velocity. In three dimensions, it is a pseudovector. In SI units, it is measured in radians...
- breaks into the radial acceleration d2r/dt2, centripetal acceleration –rω2, Coriolis acceleration 2ωdr/dt, and angular acceleration rα. Special cases of...
- transformed to a rotating frame of reference, the Coriolis and centrifugal accelerations appear. When applied to m****ive objects, the respective forces are proportional...
- Acceleration due to gravity may refer to Gravitational acceleration, the acceleration caused by the gravitational attraction of m****ive bodies in general...
- accelerometer is a device that measures proper acceleration. Proper acceleration, being the acceleration (or rate of change of velocity) of a body in its...
- Spectral acceleration (SA) is a unit measured in g (the acceleration due to Earth's gravity, equivalent to g-force) that describes the maximum acceleration in...