## How do you calculate air resistance in Newtons?

The units for the force of air resistance are in Newtons (N). Air resistance can be calculated by taking air density times the drag coefficient times area all over two, and then multiply by velocity squared.

**How does air resistance affect projectile?**

As a projectile moves through the air it is slowed down by air resistance. Air resistance will decrease the horizontal component of a projectile. The effect of air resistance is very small, but needs to be considered if you want to increase the horizontal component of a projectile.

### Does projectile motion have air resistance?

Suppose, further, that, in addition to the force of gravity, the projectile is subject to an air resistance force which acts in the opposite direction to its instantaneous direction of motion, and whose magnitude is directly proportional to its instantaneous speed. …

**What is the formula for resistance force?**

m d v d t = m g + ( − F R ) or m d v d t = m g − F R , where represents this resistive force. Note that down is assumed to be the positive direction. The resistive force is typically proportional to the body’s velocity, v, or the square of its velocity, .

## What are the factors that affect air resistance?

Air resistance depends on velocity, area, and shape of the object going through the air. Altitude, temperature, and humidity change air density and, consequently, its resistance.

**What happens when air resistance is neglected?**

Objects that are said to be undergoing free fall, are not encountering a significant force of air resistance; they are falling under the sole influence of gravity. Under such conditions, all objects will fall with the same rate of acceleration, regardless of their mass.

### What is the formula for range of projectile?

An object launched into projectile motion will have an initial launch angle anywhere from 0 to 90 degrees. The range of an object, given the initial launch angle and initial velocity is found with: R=v2isin2θig R = v i 2 sin 2 θ i g .

**How to calculate projectile motion under the action of air resistance?**

In the case of spherical objects, b = B D and c = C D2, where D denotes the diameter of the spherical object and the coefﬁcients B and C depend on the nature of the medium. For a spherical projectile in air B = 1.6 x 10-4 N s/m2 and C = 0.25 N s2/m4.

## How is the force of air resistance determined?

Use Newton’s Laws of Motion to find the acceleration. Use the definition of acceleration and the initial position and velocity to find the motion. The force of air resistance through a fluid at low speeds is known to be proportional to the speed of the moving object,

**How is the drag force related to air resistance?**

This is not a particularly accurate model of the drag force due to air resistance (the magnitude of the drag force is typically proportion to the square of the speed–see Section 3.3 ), but it does lead to tractable equations of motion.

### Which is the component of the projectile velocity?

In component form, the above equation becomes Here, is the terminal velocity: i.e., the velocity at which the drag force balances the gravitational force (for a projectile falling vertically downward). where is the -component of the launch velocity. Hence,

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