Total Work Calculator

Formula: Total Work = 12 m(vƒ)2 12 m(vi)2

Mass(m)= kg
Initial Velocity (vi)= m/s
Final Velocity (vƒ)= m/s

Total Work (wT)= j

Total Work Calculator is a free online tool that displays the total work done on the object for the given inputs. BYJU’S online Total work calculator tool makes the calculation faster, and it shows the result in a fraction of seconds.

How to Use the Total Work Calculator?

The procedure to use the total work calculator is as follows:
Step 1: Enter the mass (m), initial and final velocities in the respective input fields
Step 2: Now click the button “Calculate Total Work” to get the output
Step 3: Finally, the value of total work will be displayed in the output field

What is Meant by the Total Work Done?

In physics, the principle of work and kinetic energy states that the work done by all forces acting on a particle (the work of the resultant force) equals the change in the kinetic energy of the particle. This is also known as the work–energy principle. That is, the work W done by the resultant force on a particle equals the change in the particle’s kinetic energy Ek. If vi and vf are the initial and final velocities respectively corresponding to the beginning and end of some time interval, then the total work done (WT) on the object is given by the formula:
WT = 1/2mvf2 – 1/2mvi2

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