__Impulse Calculator:__

__Impulse Calculator:__

Enter the values of mass, m_{(kg)}, initial velocity, V_{1(m/s)} and final velocity, V_{2(m/s)} to determine the value of Impulse, I_{(N.s)}.

__Impulse Formula:__

__Impulse Formula:__

Impulse (I) is a measure of the change in momentum of an object when a force is applied over a period. It quantifies the effect of a force acting on an object and is typically measured in newton-seconds. Impulse is directly related to the change in velocity that an object experiences when subjected to a force.

Mass is the amount of matter in the object, measured in kilograms (kg).

Initial velocity of the object before the force is applied, measured in meters per second (m/s).

Final velocity of the object after the force is applied, measured in meters per second (m/s).

Impulse, I_{(N.s)} in Newton seconds is calculated by the product of mass, m_{(kg)} in kilograms and difference of initial velocity, V_{1(m/s)} in metres per second and final velocity, V_{2(m/s)} in metres per second.

Impulse, I_{(N.s)} = m_{(kg)} * (V_{2(m/s)} – V_{1(m/s)} )

I_{(N.s)} = impulse in Newton seconds, N.s.

m_{(kg)} = mass in kilograms, kg.

V_{1(m/s)} = initial velocity in metres per second, m/s.

V_{2(m/s)} = final velocity in metres per second, m/s.

__Impulse Calculation:__

__Impulse Calculation:__

#### 1. Finding Impulse (I)

Given:

Mass m_{(kg)} = 5 kg

Initial Velocity V_{1(m/s)} = 2 m/s

Final Velocity V_{2(m/s)} = 8 m/s

Impulse, I_{(N.s)} = m_{(kg)} * (V_{2(m/s)} – V_{1(m/s)} )

I_{(N.s)} = 5 * (8 – 2)

I_{(N.s)} = 5 * 6

I_{(N.s)} = 30N.s.

#### 2. Determine the Final Velocity (V2)

Given:

Mass m_{(kg)} = 3 kg

Initial Velocity V_{1(m/s)} = 4 m/s

Impulse I_{(N.s)} = 18 N·s

Impulse, I_{(N.s)} = m_{(kg)} * (V_{2(m/s)} – V_{1(m/s)} )

V_{2(m/s)} = I_{(N.s)} / m_{(kg)} + V_{1(m/s)}

V_{2(m/s)} = 18 / 3 * 4

V_{2(m/s)} = 6 + 4

V_{2(m/s)} = 10m/s.