Speed sensor outputting Acceleration through RPM

Hello all

My friends and I are working on a project with an LM393 speed sensor and Arduino Uno rev3. We have an encoder disc that we want to run through the sensor, the arduino recognizes two different RPMs and calculates an acceleration. Essentially, (V2-V1)/(t2-t1). We can't seem to get the code to correctly output an acceleration. The output of RPM is correct but the acceleration is a constant value no matter what runs through the sensor.

Anyone have any insight or similar code to work off of?

int encoder_pin = 2;  // The pin the encoder is connected           
unsigned int rpmA;     // rpmA reading
unsigned int rpmB;     // rpmB reading
unsigned int acceleration; // acceleration reading
volatile byte pulses;  // number of pulse 
unsigned long timeoldA; 
unsigned long timeoldB;
// The number of pulses per revolution
// depends on your index disc!!
unsigned int pulsesperturn = 20;

 void counter()
 {
    //Update count
      pulses++;    
 }

void setup()
 {
   Serial.begin(9600);
     //Use statusPin to flash along with interrupts
   pinMode(encoder_pin, INPUT);
   
   //Interrupt 0 is digital pin 2, so that is where the IR detector is connected
   //Triggers on FALLING (change from HIGH to LOW)
   attachInterrupt(0, counter, FALLING);
   // Initialize
   pulses = 0;
   acceleration = 0;
   rpmA = 0;
   timeoldA = 0;
   rpmB = 0;
   timeoldB = 0;

 }

 void loop()
 {
   if (millis() - timeoldA >= 100);  /*Uptade every one second, this will be equal to reading rotations per minute (rpm).*/
   if (millis() - timeoldB >= 110)
 {
  //Don't process interrupts during calculations
   detachInterrupt(0);
   //Note that this would be 60*1000/(millis() - timeold)*pulses if the interrupt
   //happened once per revolution
   rpmA = ((60000 / pulsesperturn )/ (millis() - timeoldA)* pulses);
   timeoldA = millis();
   rpmB = ((60000 / pulsesperturn )/ (millis() - timeoldB)* pulses);
   timeoldB = millis();
   pulses = 0;

   acceleration = (rpmB - rpmA) / (timeoldB - timeoldA);


   
   //Write it out to serial port
   Serial.print("rpmA = ");
   Serial.println(rpmA,DEC);
   //Serial.print("rpmB = ");
   //Serial.println(rpmB,DEC);
   Serial.print("accel = ");
   Serial.println(acceleration,DEC);
   //Restart the interrupt processing
   attachInterrupt(0, counter, FALLING);
   }
  }