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Newton-second
Impuls Masse Geschwindigkeit.svg
For two objects moving with the same velocity (v), the object with the greater mass (m) will have the greater momentum (p).
General information
Unit systemSI derived unit
Unit ofImpulse and momentum
SymbolN⋅s or N s
Named afterIsaac Newton
In SI base units:kgm/s

The newton-second (also newton second; symbol: N⋅s or N s)[1] is the derived SI unit of impulse. It is dimensionally equivalent to the momentum unit kilogram-metre per second (kg⋅m/s). One newton-second corresponds to a one-newton force applied for one second.

It can be used to identify the resultant velocity of a mass if a force accelerates the mass for a specific time interval.

Definition

Momentum is given by the formula:

  • is the momentum in newton-seconds (N⋅s) or "kilogram-metres per second" (kg⋅m/s)
  • is the mass in kilograms (kg)
  • is the velocity in metres per second (m/s)

Examples

This table gives the magnitudes of some momenta for various masses and speeds.

Mass
(kg)
Speed
(m/s)
Momentum
(N⋅s)
Explanation
0.42 2.4 1 A 420-gram (15 oz) football (FIFA specified weight for outdoor size 5) kicked to a speed of 8.6 km/h (5.3 mph).
0.42 38 16 The momentum of the famous football kick of the Brazilian player Roberto Carlos in the match against France in 1997. The football had a speed of 137 km/h (85 mph), making it one of the hardest kicks measured.
1300 10 13000 A four-door car weighing 1300 kg (2900 lb) crashing at 36 km/h (22 mph).
2000 10 20000 A mid-size SUV weighing 2000 kg (4400 lb) crashing at 36 km/h (22 mph).
6 1 6 The total impulse of a class C model rocket engine, which can be found in amateur fireworks.
10 2 20 The total impulse of a class D model rocket engine, which also can be found in amateur fireworks.
2030000 8050 1.63×1010 Space Shuttle launched from earth to orbit
45702 10834 4.95×108 Apollo 11 launched from earth to orbit
0.0075 350 2.6 A 7.5-gram (0.26 oz) handgun bullet (e.g. 9mm Parabellum) fired at 350 m/s (1100 ft/s).
0.004 945 3.8 A 4-gram (0.14 oz) assault rifle bullet (e.g. 5.56×45mm NATO) fired at 945 m/s (3100 ft/s).
0.05 860 43 A 50-gram (1.8 oz) machine gun bullet (e.g. .50 BMG) fired at 860 m/s (2800 ft/s).

See also

References

  1. ^ International Bureau of Weights and Measures (2006), The International System of Units (SI) (PDF) (8th ed.), ISBN 92-822-2213-6, archived (PDF) from the original on 2017-08-14

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