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ELASTIC COLLISION IN TWO DIMENSIONS In general, the collision are two dimensional, where the initial velocities and the final velocities may lie in a plane. So, when two bodies travelling initially along the same straight line collide without loss of kinetic energy and move along different directions in a plane after collision, the collision is said to be elastic collision in two dimensions
Before the collision mm2 After the collision uy sin 01/ cos 02/ cos
i initial i final Ki initial = final Knowns : m,m , , vi, Unknowns 121i
PROBLEMS OF COLLISIONS: Cart A (50. kg) approaches cart B (100. kg initially at rest) with an initial velocity of 30. m/s. After the collision, cart A locks together with cart B. both travels with what velocity? . Before collision after collision mA 50 kg, vA 30. m/s (50.kg)(30.m/s) + (100.kg)(0) (50.kg +100.kg)v = v 10. m/s mass increases by 3 times (50 kg to 150 kg), speed decrease by 3 times (30 m/s to 1O m/s)
A block of mass M initially at rest on a frictionless horizontal surface is struck by a bullet of mass m moving with horizontal velocity v. What is the velocity of the bullet-block system after the bullet embeds itself in the block? Before collision mv M(O) mv O after collision (m M)v mM)v' mv / (M+m)v'