# Work Calculator Physics

The work calculator helps you calculate the work in joules from velocity change and from force and displacement.

To calculate work from velocity change, enter the object’s mass, initial speed, and final speed.

To calculate work from force and displacement, enter the force in Newtons and displacement in meters.

Work is a measure of energy transfer that occurs when a force pushes an object over a distance. If the force is constant, multiply the path length by its component to determine work. W = fd is the mathematical formula for work.

To calculate work from velocity change, we use this formula:

*W*=*F*×*d*=m/2×(*v*1^2−*v*0^2)

You might want to calculate the relationship between charged particles or find Charles’s law parameters.

**References**

- O. (n.d.). 7.1 Work: The Scientific Definition – College Physics. 7.1 Work: The Scientific Definition – College Physics. https://pressbooks.uiowa.edu/clonedbook/chapter/work-the-scientific-definition/
- 9.1 Work, Power, and the Work–Energy Theorem – Physics | OpenStax. (n.d.). 9.1 Work, Power, and the Work–Energy Theorem – Physics | OpenStax. https://openstax.org/books/physics/pages/9-1-work-power-and-the-work-energy-theorem