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CBSE Class 11: Work, Energy & Power - Perfectly Inelastic Collision

In this video we will learn about the perfectly Inelastic collision.

Jun 8, 2015 14:52 IST
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In this video we will learn about the perfectly Inelastic collision.

  • Coefficient of restitution is equal to zero, which means that after the collision both the bodies stick together and move forward with  a single velocity.
  • There is a loss of kinetic energy, as a result, there is a loss in total energy also.
  • The difference of kinetic energy is negative, which means the initial kinetic energy is more than the final kinetic energy. This is the reason for the loss in kinetic energy.

 

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