|Jan9-05, 05:09 PM||#1|
The Physics of Paintball
For a project I have for school, I have to explain the physics involved in the game of paintball. i just need a few more ideas for which areas of physics i should cover.
I already got these area's to write about
- newton's laws
- projectile motion
- ideal gas law
more ideas would be appreciated
|Jan9-05, 05:15 PM||#2|
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I think "energy" is a very important concept,doncha think so...??
|Jan9-05, 05:22 PM||#3|
Yeah, forgot about energy
I used the ideal gas law because it says when you decrease temperature, it decreases pressure, which explains why paintball guns dont fire well in the cold.
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