- standard gravity to gal (grav to cm/s²) converter
- 1 standard gravity (grav) is equal 980.66499997877 gal (cm/s²) use this converter

- gal to standard gravity (cm/s² to grav) converter
- 1 gal(cm/s²) is equal 0.001019716213 standard gravity (grav) use this converter

- gal to g-unit converter
- 1 gal(cm/s²) is equal 0.001019716213 g-unit use this converter

- g-unit to gal converter
- 1 g-unit is equal 980.66499997877 gal (cm/s²) use this converter

- g-unit to standard gravity converter
- 1 g-unit is equal 1 standard gravity (grav) use this converter

- standard gravity to g-unit converter
- 1 standard gravity (grav) is equal 1 g-unit use this converter

- kilometers / square hour to miles / square second (km/h² to mi/sec²) converter
- 1 kilometer / square hour (km/h²) is equal 4.794530804321E-8 mile / square second (mi/sec²) use this converter

- miles / square second to kilometers / square hour (mi/sec² to km/h²) converter
- 1 mile / square second (mi/sec²) is equal 20857098.239911 kilometers / square hour (km/h²) use this converter

- miles / square second to inch / square second (mi/sec² to in/sec²) converter
- 1 mile / square second (mi/sec²) is equal 63359.999999475 inch / square second (in/sec²) use this converter

- inch / square second to miles / square second (in/sec² to mi/sec²) converter
- 1 inch / square second (in/s²) is equal 1.5782828282959E-5 mile / square second (mi/sec²) use this converter

Acceleration - a physical term describing the increase in velocity of an object over time. It is a vector quantity. Regardless of the specific unit used, it is presented as distance divided by time and the symbol is a.

Acceleration formula:

a = | dv |

dt |

meter / square second (m/sec²), centimeter / square second (cm/sec²), foot / square second (ft/sec²), standard gravity (grav), gal(cm/s²), g-unit, kilometer / square hour (km/h²), kilometer / hour second(km/h-s), mile / hour minute(mi/h-min), mile / hour second (mi/hr-s), mile / square second (mi/sec²), inch / square second (in/s²)

This Unit Conversion program uses custom rounding routines to avoid results such as 3.9999999999 instead of 4. It rounds the result to 13 significant digits instead of rounding to some number of decimal places, therefore producing superior results for very big or very small initial values and conversion factors. It accepts scientific notation and converts immediately.