Impulse. In classical mechanics, the impulse of an external force applied by an object is equal to the change of its momentum, called the momentum theorem. The momentum is different from the state quantity, and the impulse is a process quantity. A constant force impulse refers to the product of this force and its action time. The impulse expresses the physical quantity of the cumulative effect of the effect on the particle for a period of time, which is the reason for changing the mechanical state of the particle.
Impulse theorem calculator (quality speed)
Impulse: I = m*Δv
m = quality
Δv = speed change
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