restitution coefficient

restitution coefficient

[‚res·tə′tü·shən ‚kō·i‚fish·ənt]
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Compared to the simulation approach described in [2], we didn't use a constant value for the wall-normal restitution coefficient.
The model for the wall-normal restitution coefficient e and the usage of smooth surfaces, on which all particles rebound, are approximations.
The restitution coefficient is equal to the ratio between the relative speed of the separation of the mass centers just after the impact, [([V.
This value was also employed for characterisation of the particle-particle interaction, thus the normal restitution coefficient magnitude is [c.
To calculate the parameters of collision, the theorems of change in linear and angular momentum and two restitution coefficients of normal impulse [R.