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Physics Of Tennis. Presented by : Dr. Jennifer Kadlowec, Casey Oware and Dhaval Naik Rowan University. Sweetspot. The sweetspot is the area of a racquet which yields the most return and produces the best feel. There are three known sweetspots. Energy.

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physics of tennis

Physics Of Tennis

Presented by: Dr. Jennifer Kadlowec,Casey Oware and Dhaval Naik

Rowan University

sweetspot
Sweetspot
  • The sweetspot is the area of a racquet which yields the most return and produces the best feel.
  • There are three known sweetspots.
energy
Energy
  • Energy is the conserved property of objects that can neither be created nor destroyed.
  • It is a scalar quantity and it is represented by the symbol E.
  • Examples of some forms of energy are kinetic, potential, heat, sound, electrical energy, etc.
kinetic energy
Kinetic Energy
  • Kinetic energy is the energy a particle associated with its motion.
  • It is a scalar quantity; it depends only on the particle’s mass and speed, not its direction of motion.
potential energy
Potential Energy
  • Potential energy also known as gravitational potential energy.
  • It is defined as the energy of a particle associated with the position of a system rather than its motion.

U = mgh

conservation of energy
Conservation Of Energy
  • The basic principle of conservation of energy is that energy can neither be created nor destroyed. It can only be transformed from one state to another.

Etotal = Einitial = Efinal

Einitial = Ki + Ui

Efinal = Kf + Uf + Energy loss

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