Impulsive motion: if a force F acts for a small time ‘t’ its impulse is defined as the product of Force and Time.
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- Rectangular components of impulse
- The principle of linear momentum
- Principle of angular momentum
- Newton’s law of Restitution
- Collision of sphre (momentum)
- Special cases of collision of spheres
- Poisson’s Hypothesis
- Equivalent of Newton’s Rule and Poisson’s hypothesis
- Motion Relative to the Mass of Center.