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unacademy Collision Types of collision . Elastic . Inelastic
COLLISION A collision as an isolated event in which two or more colliding bodies exert relatively strong forces on each other for a relatively short time. Fra FAB Types of collision- Collision between particles have been divided broadly into two types: 1. Elastic collision 2. Inelastic collision
ELASTICCOLLISION: A collision in which there is absolutely no loss of kinetic energy is called an elastic collision. For example Collision between atomic and sub atomic particles are elastic collisions.
The basic characteristics of an elastic collision are: 1. The linear momentum is conserved. 2. Total energy of the system is conserved. 3. The kinetic energy is conserved. Obviously, the kinetic energy in such collisions is not converted into any other form of energy like heat energy sound energy etc. 4. The forces involved during elastic collision must be conservative forces.
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INELASTIC COLLISION: For example mud thrown on a wall sticks to the wall. The loss of kinetic energy of mud is complete. The collision is perfectly inelastic. The basic characteristics of an elastic collision are: 1. The linear momentum is conserved. 2. Total energy is conserved. 3. Kinetic energy is not conserved. Obviously a part of kinetic energy is converted into some other form of energy. For example heat energy sound energy etc. Some or all the forces involved in an inelastic collision may be non conservative in nature 4.