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9.8 m/s is 35.28 km/hr.

But what about Acceleration of 9.8 m/s ?

What would the Speed of an Object be (?)

That is constantly Accelerating at 9.8 m/s for say an Hour?P.S. - Can't resist but ask,What about 9.8 m/s/s

Any way in which value of " g " could be Converted into Speed?

P.S. - Can't resist but ask,What about 9.8 m/s/s ?

You would probably need to multiply the rate of acceleration by the time of that acceleration. 1h is equal to 3600s - so, 9,8m/s/s * 3600s = 35280m/s. The same goes for acceleration due to gravity.

It accelerates or gains a speed of 9.8metres a second, every second. Or every second it has a speed increace of 9.8ms

Quote from: CrazyScientist on 21/05/2021 21:49:30You would probably need to multiply the rate of acceleration by the time of that acceleration. 1h is equal to 3600s - so, 9,8m/s/s * 3600s = 35280m/s. The same goes for acceleration due to gravity.Quote from: Petrochemicals on 22/05/2021 00:19:03It accelerates or gains a speed of 9.8metres a second, every second. Or every second it has a speed increace of 9.8msYou're both using the everyday language definition of acceleration, not the physics definition. This is a science forum, not a car-and-driver forum.The physics definition (which you get if you google 'acceleration' is "the rate of change of velocity per unit of time". Whether a given acceleration results in an increase or decrease in speed (or neither) is a frame dependent thing, making speed and velocity coordinate values, not objective ones.Proper acceleration can be measured by an accelerometer without any access to a coordinate system of choice, hence acceleration is an objective value, not a coordinate one.

What would the Speed of an Object be (?) That is constantly Accelerating at 9.8 m/s for say an Hour?

Any way in which value of " g " could be Converted into Speed?It can't any more than kg can be converted to meters. They're different things

Would a Rocket Accelerating at 9.8 m/s in Deep Space devoid of Any Gravitational Fields be able to mimic the " g " effect on planet Earth?

Speed of 9.8 m/s/s would be 35.27 km/hr.

So after an Hour, maintaining the Rate of Acceleration, an object would attain a Speed value of 127008 km/hr.(Corrections Requested)

Just to be reassured i Understand this...If the clause was for 2 Hours.Then 7200secs × 9.8 = 70560 m/s.That's 254016 km/hr.(Speed)

P.S. - Perhaps a 10 meters cloth(fabric) could be converted into, or better let's say could be assumed to have an approx weight in kilogrammes.

Thanks All for All Responses.🙏Please feel free to continue detailed discussions.👍(Personally my Query stands Resolved)Speed of 9.8 m/s/s would be 35.27 km/hr.To maintain the Rate of Acceleration, would mean to keep going faster per sec by 9.8 m/s/s.1 Hour = 60 Mins = 3600secs.So 1sec at 9.8 m/s..2sec at 19.6 m/s..& so on.Hence value of 35280 m/s attained.So that would be 127008 km/hr.So after an Hour, maintaining the Rate of Acceleration, an object would attain a Speed value of 127008 km/hr.(Corrections Requested)Just to be reassured i Understand this...If the clause was for 2 Hours.Then 7200secs × 9.8 = 70560 m/s.That's 254016 km/hr.(Speed)(Corrections Requested)Follow up Question :-Would a Rocket Accelerating at 9.8 m/s in Deep Space devoid of Any Gravitational Fields be able to mimic the " g " effect on planet Earth?P.S. - Perhaps a 10 meters cloth(fabric) could be converted into, or better let's say could be assumed to have an approx weight in kilogrammes.✌️( But Yes i do Completely Understand the Futility of trying to convert " g " into " s ". )

As acceleration, the unit is interpreted physically as change in velocity or speed per time interval, i.e. metre per second per second and is treated as a vector quantity