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- Homework Statement
- ball collision

- Relevant Equations
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First of all, all the physical quantities presented in this topic are unknown variables, and I require a functional relationship between these unknown variables.

In a vast space that does not consider gravity , there are many ideal rigid balls moving freely. And in equilibrium. The ball is very hard and there is no energy loss in the collision. Now place four spherical springs in it. The four spherical springs are on the four vertices of the positive tetrahedron. The spherical spring retracts repeatedly.

Question: Is there a periodic distribution of density or energy density in space for a rigid ball after repeated impact by a spherical spring? Notice the periodic distribution in space, just like the diffraction interference fringes of light. That is, in some places in space, where the density of a rigid ball is always greater than that of other places.

Conditions can change in the middle of this problem. For example, change the number of spherical springs to five. The relative position and motion state of the spherical spring can be adjusted at will. Be careful with existing ideal physical models. Because the methods summarized from the ideal model may not hold true in current problems.

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In a vast space that does not consider gravity , there are many ideal rigid balls moving freely. And in equilibrium. The ball is very hard and there is no energy loss in the collision. Now place four spherical springs in it. The four spherical springs are on the four vertices of the positive tetrahedron. The spherical spring retracts repeatedly.

Question: Is there a periodic distribution of density or energy density in space for a rigid ball after repeated impact by a spherical spring? Notice the periodic distribution in space, just like the diffraction interference fringes of light. That is, in some places in space, where the density of a rigid ball is always greater than that of other places.

Conditions can change in the middle of this problem. For example, change the number of spherical springs to five. The relative position and motion state of the spherical spring can be adjusted at will. Be careful with existing ideal physical models. Because the methods summarized from the ideal model may not hold true in current problems.

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