|Dec10-03, 03:33 PM||#1|
Kinetic energy changes in collisions
Is the coefficient of restitution of two particles a measure of the percentage of kinetic energy retained after a collision? My textbooks and Google are no help. If it isn't, what is it a percentage of?
|Dec10-03, 05:02 PM||#2|
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