The bounciest balls are the so-called bouncy balls, made of compressed synthetic rubber. These balls have an unusually high coefficient of restitution (inverse momentum) that allows them to return to up to 92% of a dropped height, and to utilize thrown force to reach extraordinary heights. Another generic name for the balls is "super balls," originally a trademark name for a 1964 invention first sold by the Wham-O toy company in 1966.
There are different compositions of rubber. You would need to find the density of the rubber in question
HDPE pipe can use a rubber ring, if the rubber ring is properly sealed with a steel gasket. The rubber ring must be placed in a groove in the pipe and then the steel gasket is placed on top of it.
you want a soft rubber band ball with strechy rubber bands,but you also want to be carefull that you dont make it to big and to small
I think it is Cotabato and Zamboanga del Sur. These two province are the major producers of rubber in the Philippines so it must be that these two provinces have the most number of rubber trees.
A glass ball will bounce higher than a rubber one.
Yes if the ball is bigger it weighs more and the more weight the ball has the higher it will bounce but the height its dropped from also has to do with the how high it bounces Yes if the ball is bigger it weighs more and the more weight the ball has the higher it will bounce but the height its dropped from also has to do with the how high it bounces
kinetic and potential energy.
It would depend on what you bounce them on and what material the bouncy ball is made of. Most surfaces and materials would mean the bouncy ball goes higher, but a few could result in the golf ball being better.
the ball bounce high cause of the air in the ball If there is more air pressure in the ball it will bounce higher likewise if there is less air pressure it will bounce lower. This could be done by exposing the ball in different temperatures. If the ball gets hotter it will bounce higher and if gets colder it will bounce lower.
Explanation: When all three balls are dropped from the same height, the rubber ball will bounce the highest because it has the greatest elasticity. When the rubber ball hits the ground it gets compressed, or squished, and because it is very elastic, it quickly returns to its original shape.
because they are made to bounce
The simple answer to this is that the rubber ball is more 'elastic' than the tennis ball and, assuming they are both dropped from the same height onto the same surface, the tennis ball 'loses' more energy than the rubber ball when it strikes the surface the ball is bouncing off. Of course no energy is truly ever lost but rather it is transferred or converted into other forms, in this case the energy will be converted into thermal energy (as the balls deform upon striking the surface due to friction within the materials), sound (the noise you hear when the ball strikes the surface) and to varying extents energy is transferred to the surface which the balls are striking. This energy 'loss' is the reason why the balls do not return to the height the balls were dropped from originally and the amount of energy 'loss' will vary with the type of ball dropped.
it is scientifically proven that a ball of glass bounces higher than a ball of rubber. No cause the glass would break if you drop it to high and the rubber one would not ! It depends on wether or not your counting the height the shards fly up.
the fourth hit will be approx 1.4 metres
The higher the height at which the ball is dropped from, the higher the ball bounces. Look at it in terms of energy. Initially, before the ball is dropped, the ball's potential energy, E is given by E = mgh, where m is the mass of the ball, g is the gravitational acceleration and h is the height of the ball. When the ball is dropped, the potential energy is converted to kinetic energy, and at the point of impact, , i.e. when the ball is level with the ground, and h = 0, the kinetic energy is E, given by E = 0.5mv2, where v is the velocity of the ball. The ball hits the ground, and rises again - its kinetic energy is being converted back to potential energy. The ground absorbs some of the energy upon impact, but most of the energy stays with the ball. So the kinetic energy is converted to potential energy, and once all of the kinetic energy is converted, the ball reaches its maximum height. Clearly, a higher kinetic energy corresponds to a higher bounce height. 0.5mv2 = mgh The amount of energy that the ground absorbs does not change much with the height of the ball as well.As the drop-height increases, the bounce-height too will increase, but not always in direct proportion. The efficiency will decrease as the drop height is increased.