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1IntroductionStefan BracherLinear Momentum
2Linear MomentumIntroductionConservation of Linear MomentumElastic and Inelastic CollisionsExplosionsRocket EquationMechanicsStefan Bracher
3IntroductionStefan BracherLinear MomentumA vector describing the „quantity of motion“,taking into account the mass of the object,the speed as well as the direction of themovement.ImpulseThe change in momentum during a specificamount of time, due to an external force.Linear MomentumP=mvJ=PfPi=F⋅Δt
4Conservation of Linear MomentumStefan BracherLinear Momentum of an object, or a group of objects is CONSERVED.Momentum at t2= Momentum at t1+- Change through external ImpulseExamples:Linear MomentumP2=P1+JPi=m⋅⃗viJ=F⋅ΔtImages: OpenStax, College Physics. OpenStax CNX. April 5, 2017
5Elastic and Inelastic CollisionsStefan Bracher

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Fall
Professor
Kreshnik Angoni
Tags
Kinetic Energy, Momentum, Elastic collision

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