According to classical mechanics, energy loss [DELTA]E caused by the collision can be expressed as a function of

coefficient of restitution e and the relative velocity of two colliding objects [7]:

To achieve this goal, Solver is permitted to change three values: the preimpact speed of Veh 2 (cell G12), the

coefficient of restitution, e (cell B8), and the impulse ratio [mu] (cell B9).

Importantly, this seems to be a default value assumed by observers, as the depictions were devoid of any information that could be used to infer the

coefficient of restitution.

This means that children were able to hit the LC balls harder despite the smaller

coefficient of restitution of the LC balls.

The average value of the normal grain-wall

coefficient of restitution [c.

33], where measured values of

coefficient of restitution are provided.

The

coefficient of restitution e does not depend on the pre-impact velocity and can be expressed in the form

onto a relatively hard surface with a

coefficient of restitution of 0.

The rules of major-league baseball specify that a baseball's

coefficient of restitution must lie between 0.

Powerful kicks are achieved through a high foot velocity and

coefficient of restitution.

I'd like to offer a simple explanation based on

coefficient of restitution (CR), the ratio of departing speed to the approach speed between impacting objects, as in the case of the runner and the pavement.