The Free Online Acceleration Converter helps you convert one measuring unit of acceleration into another measuring unit. You can convert between meter per second squared, foot per second squared, G, galileo, and inch per second squared.

In your physics classroom, no doubt, you learned about acceleration. After the velocity topic, the next issue is always the acceleration because there is a link between velocity and acceleration.

*The acceleration is the vector quantity, which is defined as the rate at which the object changes its velocity. *

When the velocity of the object changes, we mostly say that the object is gaining acceleration.

Therefore, in simple words, acceleration is the process of change in velocity. And the velocity includes the speed and the direction. So in the following circumstances, the acceleration takes place.

- When the object is speeding up.
- When the object is speeding down.
- When the object is changing directions.

The formula to calculate the acceleration is **a= Δvâ€‹/Δt **where

**a**= acceleration**Δv**= change in velocity (vf (final velocity)â€‹−viâ€‹â€‹ (initial velocity))**Δt**= elapsed time

The acceleration can be divided into three types.

- Uniform acceleration
- Non-uniform acceleration
- Instantaneous acceleration

**Uniform acceleration **is defined as when the object moves in the straight-line direction with an increase in velocity at equal time intervals. The object is said to be in a state of uniform acceleration.

**Non-uniform acceleration **is when the object moves with an increase in velocity but not at equal time intervals. The thing is said to be in a state of non-uniform acceleration.

**Instantaneous acceleration** is defined as the acceleration of the object at any instant in time.

The **SI-derived unit meter per second squared (m/sec²**) is used to measure the acceleration. However, other units to measure the acceleration is foot per second squared (ft/sec²), galileo (gal(cm/s²)), an inch per second squared (in/s²).

Another frequently used unit to measure the acceleration is the standard acceleration due to gravity, represented by G (g).

The acceleration is defined as the change in the velocity concerning the time interval. That means it includes both the speed (magnitude) and direction. So some common examples related to acceleration are

- The object is speeding up.
- The object is speeding down.
- The object is falling from the building or any other place.
- The object is turning because the direction is changing. Therefore, the quicker the turn, the greater the acceleration will be.

The acceleration is involved in every field that consists of the change in velocity.

The velocity is measured in meter per second squared (m/sec²). However, other measuring units are still used, like foot per second squared (ft/sec²), galileo (gal(cm/s²)), an inch per second squared (in/s²) to measure the acceleration. Moreover, sometimes, you have to convert one measuring unit of acceleration into another measuring unit. Here the **online** **acceleration unit converter **helps you a lot for accurate and precise conversion.

Doing manual calculation make things quite challenging for you.

The free online acceleration unit converter makes your life easy.

- Enter the amount and select the unit you want to convert in the "Select from" column.
- In the second column, "Select to," you have to choose the measuring unit you wish to convert.
- The online tool will provide you the exact calculations within no time.

An** online acceleration unit converter tool **makes the conversion process easy. You can easily convert one measuring unit of acceleration to another measuring unit within no time.

To do this, follow the below-mentioned steps.

- Open the
**Online Acceleration Unit Converter Tool**. - Enter the amount 1 in the first column.
- The second column, "Select from," G (g) as a measuring unit from which you want to convert.
- In the third column, "Select to," select meter per second squared (m/sec²) as a measuring unit in which you want to convert.
- Click on the "convert" button; the result will be there 9.80665 meters per second squared (m/sec²) within no time.

So 1 G (g) = 9.80665 meters per second squared (m/sec²)