how to convert accelerometer sensor data into velocity

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This is Prashanth doing research.as part of my research I choose ADXL 335 accelerometer sensor and took reading around 350 with 0.1s.the response of this sensor in the form of 'g'. so how can convert g value into velocity. if you have Matlab code, please share with me
thanking you
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James Tursa
James Tursa on 6 May 2016
So you have readings every 0.1s, and the value is in units of g's? And you want to integrate this into velocity?

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CS Researcher
CS Researcher on 6 May 2016
Share the readings and explain more. What is 'g'? Are these the acceleration values? If yes, you have acceleration and you have time. You know
v = u + gt
Assuming initial velocity = 0
v = gt
Just do this:
v = readings .* time
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shridharnator
shridharnator on 24 Nov 2020
But the problem with this is that if you take the 3 axis readings in 2d matrix and just keep adding previous velocity to the product of g and t you will get a monotonically increasing function and the lst time I checked while taking the readings I was not going at Mach 2, 10 seconds after taking the readings.

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