Description of a Model to Comprehend the Dynamics of an Observable Phenomenon in the View of Newtonian Mechanics
The goal of this work is to demonstrate the usefulness of using Newtonian mechanics to formulate and comprehend the dynamics of an observable occurrence. The method begins by creating a simpler imitation of the problem at hand, then tackling both the simpler and real-world cases at the same time. The genuine case is then divided into two separate cases. The majority of this work will be devoted to demonstrating that this method is successful in comprehending the problem. The phenomenon’s dynamics A coworker in a circus saves a person who falls during a rehearsal by dashing him horizontally from a few feet above the ground. The person who saves will be referred to as a rescuer in the rest of the paper, while the person who is being saved will be referred to as a casualty. This problem’s analysis is based on Assumes that the collision between the rescuer and the casualty is inelastic, and that the total mass of the rescuer and the casualty remains stationary after contact with the ground.
Park College of Engineering and Technology, Aeronautical Engineering, India.
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