GForce Chart 



Horizontal Acceleration measured in g's (m/sec^{2})Horizontal Acceleration (measured in g's) is the acceleration that produces the force that pushes you back into the seat (as oopposed to vertical gforce which is the force that pushes you down into the seat). In real life, there are vertical, horizontal, and lateral gforces.Velocity is the change in position over time. Acceleration is the change in velocity over time. G's can be used to express acceleration. On earth, 1g= produces an acceleration of 9.8 m/sec^{2 }on an object in free fall. To calculate acceleration, find change in velocity, then divide by time. To calculate the horizontal g's, divide acceleration by 9.8 m/sec^{2}.
