It is therefore a derivative of acceleration, and the position in relation to time.
Alternatively, we conduct numerical integration of the acceleration to by relating it to a standard function such as the f(t) = K * sin(xt), K being the magnitude and x being the frequency of the function. We can then do numerical integration to find the following result:
The initial requirements were in the data loaded, after which the acceleration was integrated to generate the velocity. Velocity was integrated to generate the position of the moving body in a single for – loop. The only statistical tool used in this simulation was Matlab.
The moment this data was loaded, the functions were integrated using the new data values. The plotting of the position (displacement), acceleration and velocity used the integrated time functions on the similar ranges of time on the x