# Category: Chapter-6(Work, Energy and Power) ## Perfectly Inelastic Collision In One DimensionPerfectly Inelastic Collision In One Dimension

When the two colliding bodies stick together and move as a single body with a common velocity after the collision, ... ## Elastic Collision In Two Dimensions (Oblique Collision)Elastic Collision In Two Dimensions (Oblique Collision)

Let two body A and B of masses m₁ and m₂ kept on the x-axis. Initially the object B is ... ## Elastic Collision In One DimensionElastic Collision In One Dimension

In elastic collision involves two bodies moving initially along the same straight line, striking against each other without loss of ... ## Conservation Of Linear Momentum In CollisionConservation Of Linear Momentum In Collision

Let two bodies 1 and 2 collide against each other. They exert mutual impulsive forces on each other during the ... ## CollisionCollision

A collision is said to be occur between two or more bodies, either if they physically collide against each other ... ## PowerPower

Power of a person or machine is defined as the time rate at which work is done or energy is ... ## Equivalence Of Mass and EnergyEquivalence Of Mass and Energy

In 1905, Einstein discovered that mass can be converted into energy and energy can be converted into mass. He showed ... ## Various Forms Of EnergyVarious Forms Of Energy

Energy can manifest itself in many forms. Some of these forms are as- (I) Mechanical Energy The sum of Kinetic ... ## Conservation Of Mechanical Energy In A Freely Falling BodyConservation Of Mechanical Energy In A Freely Falling Body

Let a body of mass m lying at position A at a height h above the ground. As the body ... ## Conservation Of Mechanical EnergyConservation Of Mechanical Energy

This principle state that if only the conservative force are doing work on a body, then its total mechanical energy ...