# Calculate Terminal Velocity

Calculate the Terminal Velocity for given values:

Mass of the Falling Object | |

Acceleration Due to Gravity | ^{2} |

Density of Fluid | ^{3} |

Projected Area of the Object | |

Drag Coefficient |

Terminal Velocity |

The calculator will find the terminal velocity for given values of mass of the falling object, acceleration due to gravity, density of fluid, projected area of the object and drag coefficient. When any object falls due to gravity then object speed is gained due to gravitation force this maximum falling speed is called terminal velocity.

V

V

m = Mass of the Falling Object,

g = Acceleration due to Gravity,

ρ = Density of Fluid,

A = Projected Area of the Object,

C

**Formula:**

V

_{t}= √ ((2*m*g) / (ρ * A * C

_{d}))

**Where,**

V

_{t}= Terminal Velocity (Maximum Falling Speed),

m = Mass of the Falling Object,

g = Acceleration due to Gravity,

ρ = Density of Fluid,

A = Projected Area of the Object,

C

_{d}= Drag Coefficient