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If I find some time, I will update the calculator with your suggestions. Joan Smith 05/06/09 : I was asked how fast an arrow travels so I Googled to find out.I found this and thought the very thing I'l just print this out for future questions! Robin Of Locksley 19/06/09 : This calculator is quite vague (even for English standards).SURFELITE 10/02/10 : i am also doing a science fare project for my freshman class. can someone post something/someway to help me fine a way to figure out the acceleration,velocity, and speed of a normal pull back tension of the bow a 45lbs.plz some one help me out this project is due next tuesday and i have nothing.I'm not a ballistic engineer, but very curious about how you find the formula. Just to test the calculator I entered a 10cm difference between to distances - then you can see how the decceleration, gravitational and other forces start to show a non-linear relationship. Mark 25/09/09 : Robin or Locksley : The things you mention are constants for the two shots from you bow setup and your arrows. Decceleration, gravitational forces and other forces are taken into account by the formular - see my earlier comment.JTC 26/09/09 : As an Engineer by trade, I can see how this method of calculating speed would work. for those of us who use the English system some nice converstion calculators to convert to metric.Charles: it could be tweaked but it would require two more input variables. Roy 14/11/07 : an excellent tool but for one thing! would it be possible to produce a version with imperial input values for those of us who still live in the stone age...;-) Apostolos 21/05/08 : The calculator is back in order! It mesures it very i have some the calculation inculdes the air friction,arrow weight ext?
I am only trying to find an easy way to find out how fast the arrow went...
bestel 17/07/07 : Hi Apostolos and congratulations, great job !
I'd like to translate it in french in order to use it on my club website (it would display your translated page inside a frame).
Yours is 4.2 inches low at 10 yards, 8.3 inches high at 50 yards and 44.7 inches low at 80 yards relative to Accurate Sights which includes air drag and distance from eye to arrow. The aerodynamic drag is not taken into account as it impossible to do with only 4 inputs.
This program was meant mostly as an easy way to estimate your arrow speed.