Impulse Velocity

Written by Jerry Ratzlaff on . Posted in Classical Mechanics

Impulse Velocity 

Impulse is a change in momentum of an mass when a force is applied.

Impulse Velocity formula

\(I = m \Delta v \)          \(impulse \; velocity \;= \; mass \;\;x\;\; difference \; in \; velocities \)

Where:

\(I\) = impulse velocity

\(m\) = mass

\(\Delta v\) = velocity differential

Solve for:

\(m = \frac   {I} {\Delta v}\)

\(\Delta v = \frac   {I} {m}\)

 

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