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The law of conservation of energy

An in-depth article that looks at the conservation of energy

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Ballistic Pendulum

The ballistic pendulum is a classic example of a dissipative collision in which conservation of momentum can be used for analysis, but conservation of energy during the collision cannot be invoked ...

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Saving Energy and Energy Conservation

Some easy ways for you to save energy around the house.

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Conservation Of Energy

"Energy can neither be created nor destroyed".Information on this concept with links to related topics.

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Elastic Collision

An elastic collision is defined as one in which both conservation of momentum and conservation of kinetic energy are observed.

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Conservation Laws

Deal with the laws of conservation of momentum, or energy, and of angular momentum.

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Luxon Theory - Energy

Mathematical derivation of the law of conservation of energy using the luxon theory - particles with light velocity.

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Newton's cradle

This applet simulates a well known experiment which demonstrates the conservation of momentum and energy.

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Momentum and its Conservation

The impulse-momentum change theorem and the law of conservation of momentum are introduced, explained and applied to the analysis of collisions of objects.

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Conservation Laws

If a system does not interact with its environment in any way, then certain mechanical properties of the system cannot change. They are sometimes called "constants of the motion". These quantities ...

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