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9g, and a coefficient of restitution ranging between 0.
Baseball ball pace is measured using the PennBounce apparatus, designed by Penn State University, in order to accurately generate a field's Coefficient of Restitution (COR) value.
Interaction between colliding bodies is defined by the coefficient of restitution e end coefficient of friction [mu].
Independent testing of the system, developed with Regupol manufacturer, BSW and Building Adhesives, has shown that it meets Part E regulations and complies with The Tiling Association's Coefficient of Restitution figure.
An important parameter for the desired key features of the golf ball's core is said to be the coefficient of restitution (COR).
The coefficient of restitution (COR), an indirect measure of the potential distance a golf ball can be driven, was measured for six golf balls in order to determine whether there is a direct relationship between the cost of a golf ball and the ball's quality.
The physics term coefficient of restitution (COR) measures how quickly a golf ball speeds off the face of a club at impact.
Vehicle-to-vehicle coefficient of restitution values were calculated and found to be in the range of 0.