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This relation between a quantitative measure of retraction and contraction is termed as the coefficient of restitution, which we denote by the symbol e. Let us now look at a classical coefficient of restitution postulated by Newton. 1 Kinematic Coefficient of Restitution Newton related the kinematic quantities of relative velocities to define his kinematic coefficient of restitution. 6) where vf denotes the final relative velocity (normal component of velocity after impact) and vi refers to the initial relative velocity (normal component of velocity before impact) between two bodies under impact.
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