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Escape Velocity

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Escape Velocity Next: About this document Up: Potential and Kinetic Energy Previous: Potential and Kinetic Energy Escape Velocity You are used to hearing that what comes up must come down. In fact this is not quite true. If something moves ...


Tangential Velocity in Uniform Circular Motion

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Tangential Velocity in Uniform Circular Motion Next: Relative Motion Up: Uniform Circular Motion Previous: Uniform Circular Motion Tangential Velocity in Uniform Circular Motion We have a cute little experiment which exercises some of the ...


Is terminal velocity Terminal

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Is terminal velocity Terminal Next: About this document Up: Terminal Velocity Previous: Terminal Velocity Is terminal velocity Terminal We estimate the terminal velocity for a man falling in air. For air we have We approximate the man to ...


Terminal Velocity

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Terminal Velocity Next: Is terminal velocity Terminal Up: Solid Motion in Fluid: Previous: Solid Motion in Fluid: Terminal Velocity One fo the interesting things that come from our analysis of the drag force is the concept of a terminal ...


Instantaneous velocity

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... Acceleration; Average and Instantaneous Up: Motion with Constant Acceleration Previ-ous: Motion with Constant Acceleration Instantaneous velocity The instantaneous velocity at time t is defined as the average velocity in an infinitessimally ...


Average Velocity

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Average Velocity Next: Motion with Constant Acceleration Up: Motion with constant velocity Previous: Motion with constant velocity Average Velocity We define the average velocity in a time interval as the distance traversed divided by the ...


Common velocity after collision

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Common velocity after collision Next: Completely Inelastic Collision on Up: Collisions Pr-evious: Collisions Common velocity after collision The simplest situation we can imagine is when the particles have the same final velocity ie that they ...


Motion with constant velocity, experiment

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Motion with constant velocity, experiment Next: Average Velocity Up: Kinematics in one dimension Previous: Kinematics in one dimension Motion with constant velocity, experiment To achieve motion with constant velocity we can blow air between ...


Turbulence Research Group - Research Activities

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Turbulence Research Group - Research Activities Tabulated values of n=8 hyper flatness coefficients of velocity increments at x/M=48 as function of r/Delta, corresponding to Figure 17 of Kang et al., JFM 2003 ).     r/del F8du F8dv .50000 ...


Motion with Constant Acceleration, experiment

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Motion with Constant Acceleration, experiment Next: Instantaneous velocity Up: Kinematics in one dimension Previous: Average Velocity Motion with Constant Acceleration, experi-ment Now we proceed to a slightly more complicated type of motion ...


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