# Acceleration Converter Tool

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## What is Acceleration Converter

Acceleration is a fundamental concept in physics and engineering, and is often used in calculations related to motion and force. Understanding the different units of acceleration is important for accurately converting values between different systems of measurement. Here are some common units of acceleration:

Meters per second squared (m/s^2): This is the standard unit of acceleration in the International System of Units (SI). It represents the change in velocity over time, with a unit of meters per second per second.

Feet per second squared (ft/s^2): This is a common unit of acceleration in the United States and other countries that use the Imperial system of measurement. It represents the change in velocity over time, with a unit of feet per second per second.

Gal (Galileo): This unit of acceleration is named after the Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei. It represents the acceleration due to gravity at the Earth's surface, which is approximately 9.81 m/s^2.

Standard gravity (g): This unit of acceleration is also based on the acceleration due to gravity at the Earth's surface. One g is equal to 9.81 m/s^2, or approximately 32.2 ft/s^2.

Inches per second squared (in/s^2): This is a unit of acceleration that is sometimes used in engineering and other applications. It represents the change in velocity over time, with a unit of inches per second per second.

By understanding the different units of acceleration, you can more easily convert values between different systems of measurement. Whether you are working with meters per second squared, feet per second squared, or another unit, it is important to choose the appropriate conversion tool or formula to ensure that your results are accurate and reliable.

## Complete list of acceleration units for conversion

meter/square second

• 1 decimeter/square second = 0.1 meter/square second
decimeter/square second to meter/square second, meter/square second to decimeter/square second
• 1 kilometer/square second = 1000 meter/square second
kilometer/square second to meter/square second, meter/square second to kilometer/square second
• 1 hectometer/square second = 100 meter/square second
hectometer/square second to meter/square second, meter/square second to hectometer/square second
• 1 dekameter/square second = 10 meter/square second
dekameter/square second to meter/square second, meter/square second to dekameter/square second
• 1 centimeter/square second = 0.01 meter/square second
centimeter/square second to meter/square second, meter/square second to centimeter/square second
• 1 millimeter/square second = 0.001 meter/square second
millimeter/square second to meter/square second, meter/square second to millimeter/square second
• 1 micrometer/square second = 1.0E-6 meter/square second
micrometer/square second to meter/square second, meter/square second to micrometer/square second
• 1 nanometer/square second = 1.0E-9 meter/square second
nanometer/square second to meter/square second, meter/square second to nanometer/square second
• 1 picometer/square second = 1.0E-12 meter/square second
picometer/square second to meter/square second, meter/square second to picometer/square second
• 1 femtometer/square second = 1.0E-15 meter/square second
femtometer/square second to meter/square second, meter/square second to femtometer/square second
• 1 attometer/square second = 1.0E-18 meter/square second
attometer/square second to meter/square second, meter/square second to attometer/square second
• 1 gal [Gal] = 0.01 meter/square second
gal to meter/square second, meter/square second to gal
• 1 galileo [Gal] = 0.01 meter/square second
galileo to meter/square second, meter/square second to galileo
• 1 mile/square second [mi/s^2] = 1609.344 meter/square second
mile/square second to meter/square second, meter/square second to mile/square second
• 1 yard/square second = 0.9144 meter/square second
yard/square second to meter/square second, meter/square second to yard/square second
• 1 foot/square second [ft/s^2] = 0.3048 meter/square second
foot/square second to meter/square second, meter/square second to foot/square second
• 1 inch/square second [in/s^2] = 0.0254 meter/square second
inch/square second to meter/square second, meter/square second to inch/square second
• 1 Acceleration of gravity [g] = 9.80665 meter/square second
Acceleration of gravity to meter/square second, meter/square second to Acceleration of gravity