Click to Chat

0120-4616500

CART 0

• 0

MY CART (5)

Use Coupon: CART20 and get 20% off on all online Study Material

ITEM
DETAILS
MRP
DISCOUNT
FINAL PRICE
Total Price: R

There are no items in this cart.
Continue Shopping
Get instant 20% OFF on Online Material.
coupon code: MOB20 | View Course list

• Complete Physics Course - Class 11
• OFFERED PRICE: R 2,800
• View Details
Get extra R 700 off
USE CODE: SSPD25

				   Q. A particle of mass m moving with a speed u strikes a smooth horizontal surface at an angle (alpha).The particle rebounds at angle(beta) with a speed v.Determine the expression for v and beta if the coefficient of restitution is e.


6 years ago

Share

										Dear student,
The coefficient of restitution is given by
$C_R = \frac{v_b - v_a}{u_a - u_b}$= eRelation is:u tan theta= e v tan theta

All the best.
Win exciting gifts by answering the questions on Discussion Forum. So help discuss any                                 query on askiitians forum and become an  Elite        Expert        League            askiitian.

Sagar Singh
B.Tech, IIT Delhi


5 years ago

# Other Related Questions on Mechanics

In figure block 1 is one fourth of length l of block 2of mass also one fourth. No friction exist betweenblock 2 and surface on which it rests. Coefficient offriction is µk between 1 and 2....

For the block 3 , let a be its accelaration . so net forces acting on it are 1) its weight downward 2) tension T in the string upward , equating this we have mg-T = ma -------(1) for bock 1 ...

 faizan 5 days ago
In projectile , a particle is projected such that magnitude of velocity at the topmost point is half of the magnitude of initial velocity. What is the angle of projection.

Firstly, a projectile motion is a combination of horizontal and vertical motion. At the topmost point of it's trajectory, the particle possess only the horizontal component of it's initial...

 Manav 18 days ago
the potential energy U(x) of a particle moving along x-axis is given by U(x) = ax-bx2 .find the equillibrium position of the particle ?

At eqm. position the net Force would be zero. As, F = – dU/dx => -(a -2bx) = 0 a = 2bx x = a/2b would be the eqm. position.

 Vikas TU 7 days ago
Not able to open up study material for it.Instead notes for current electricity opens up when i click on it.Please look into the matter!

Dear Anushree, Where did you find this error? Please share the page link with us from where you clicked Electromagnetic Induction but notes of current electricity are getting opened. For...

 Forum Team 7 months ago
sir i have now 5 months so what should i do im an student of maths preparing to crack iit with under200 rank pplease contact me

@ abhijeet frst of all dnt frustrated , just continue the preparation that u are doing . and as u are in the last phase of your preparation , then just its time to cover and wrap up the...

 Umakant biswal one month ago
what is meant by inductive effect ?explain briefly about it?

Dear Jyotheeswar An inductive effect is an electronic effect due to the polarisation of σ bonds within a molecule or ion. This is typically due to an electronegatvity difference between the ...

 Prabhakar ch 9 months ago

hellow jyotheeswar reddy An inductive effect is an electronic effect due to the polarisation of σ bonds within a molecule or ion. This is typically due to an electronegatvity difference...

 raj 9 months ago

jyothi, he inductive effect is defined as the the electronic effect due to polarizarion of σ bonds with in a molecula or ion. this is typically due to an electronegativity difference b/w the...

View all Questions »

• Complete Physics Course - Class 12
• OFFERED PRICE: R 2,600
• View Details
Get extra R 650 off
USE CODE: SSPD25

• Complete Physics Course - Class 11
• OFFERED PRICE: R 2,800
• View Details

Get extra R 700 off
USE CODE: SSPD25

More Questions On Mechanics