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Lesson 10 Impact Fall 08 Student Advice: “Make sure they have a lot of time outside of class to learn the material.”
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Admin Project Draft Procedures Due Thursday by 5:00 pm Homework due Friday Look at PPT before Class!! HW – do 3-218 NOT 3-269 Is correct on BBoard now
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Lesson Objectives 1. Derive the conservation of momentum equation. 2. Recognize the coefficient of restitution as the ratio of approach and separation impulses during impact. 3. Understand the assumptions of particle impact: the significant impact force is only along the line of impact. 4. Explain the physical meaning of different values of the coefficient of restitution. 5. Solve particle impact problems using the coefficient of restitution.
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Central impact occurs when the directions of motion of the two colliding particles are along the line of impact.
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with e = 0.50. Find the velocities after impact and the amount of energy lost. =2.4 ft/sec
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This note was uploaded on 01/22/2011 for the course ME 212 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '05 term at Cal Poly.

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