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Message No. 6272, Started by fnando on 03/01/01
A body  weighing  100 kgs is moving at a speed of 2m/s and collides with a stationary concrete wall. how does one calculate the impact force?
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Follow-up Messages (14)
just a simple calculation of the force that you need to calculate the colli...
No. 21298, Posted by krislou80 on 01/06/11, 21:50 PST.
Thanks every one for your replies , the latest message by minhas , giving t...
No. 10657, Posted by fnando on 02/21/03, 02:12 PST.
A useful site for mechanics problems, all u have to do is plug in some data...
No. 10648, Posted by minhas07 on 02/20/03, 08:10 PST.
We need to calculate the impact force on the car bumper during a colliding ...
No. 10647, Posted by ask_psg on 02/19/03, 22:11 PST.
fnando, The impact force of a collision can often be calculated or approxi...
No. 6442, Posted by lenvno on 03/15/01, 04:31 PST.
Dear All, Thank you for your solutions, In my case, actually the moving ...
No. 6439, Posted by fnando on 03/14/01, 21:30 PST.
To All: Going back to fluid mechanics, for the mass flow rate of 100 kg/...
No. 6434, Posted by engware on 03/14/01, 10:26 PST.
Just to add some clarity to the idea of stopping distance. In order for th...
No. 6429, Posted by bryanm on 03/14/01, 04:43 PST.
As Lenvno says, stopping distances can vary a great deal from collision to ...
No. 6396, Posted by neil moran on 03/12/01, 01:31 PST.
Neil Moran: So, in essence, it seems to me that what you and Lenvno are ...
No. 6392, Posted by mbeychok on 03/11/01, 20:41 PST.
Neil Moran's analysis is correct. I can add that the force calculated usin...
No. 6391, Posted by lenvno on 03/11/01, 13:44 PST.
Lenvno is correct when he states that there is not enough information to s...
No. 6389, Posted by neil moran on 03/11/01, 12:12 PST.
Lenvno: This is essentially the same question which has arisen here a fe...
No. 6373, Posted by mbeychok on 03/10/01, 23:54 PST.
You cannot calculate the impact force with the information provided. If the...
No. 6290, Posted by lenvno on 03/02/01, 12:14 PST.
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