feet per second squared to standard gravity conversion

Conversion number between feet per second squared [fps²] and standard gravity [g0] is 0.031080950171567. This means, that feet per second squared is smaller unit than standard gravity.

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If conversion between feet per second squared to metres-per-second-squared and metres-per-second-squared to standard gravity is exactly definied, high precision conversion from feet per second squared to standard gravity is enabled.

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feet per second squared
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feet per second squaredstandard gravity
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100.31080950171567
200.62161900343135
300.93242850514702
401.2432380068627
501.5540475085784
601.864857010294
702.1756665120097
802.4864760137254
902.7972855154411
1003.1080950171567
1103.4189045188724
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Convert Feet per second squared to other unit:

feet per second squared

Definition of feet per second squared unit: ≡ 1 ft/s². Acceleration equivalent to change of 1 fps velocity in 1 second.

Convert Standard gravity to other unit:

standard gravity

Definition of standard gravity unit: ≡ 9.80665 m/s². The standard gravity (or standard acceleration of free fall) usually denoted by ɡ0 is the nominal gravitational acceleration of an object in a vacuum near the surface of the Earth. It is defined by standard as 9.80665 m/s²


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