The football has (gravitational) potential energy because of its position above the ground. It also has kinetic energy because it is moving. The combined energy is called mechanical energy.
Mechanical and Kinetic
Mechanical energy is the type of energy that is present in a barbell being lifted or a shot put being thrown.
A ball is thrown up into the air withough encountering air resistance.
Projectile motion as the football is thrown, forces as the football is thrown as well.
Trajectories/vector analysis-Describes the parabolic motion of the football after it has been thrown or kicked. Fluid Dynamics/Aerodynamics-Describes the flight of the football based on its texture and how it was thrown. Newtanian Physics- -Conservation of momentum and Conservation of Energy-when two football players collide, how will their velocities change based on each players weight and how fast they were going. -F=ma (force=mass*acceleration)-How much force a football player can delver -E=MV2/2 (energy=mass*velocity2/2)=How much Kenetic energy the football player has based on his mass and velocity
Yes wind affects the motion of football that is thrown. Apart from the motion of the football is also affected by gravity. The various laws of motion applies when football is thrown.
A football spirals based on the way it is thrown. It will be a perfect spiral if the football is thrown with the spin on the exact axis of the ball.Ê
Football being thrown
The higher an object travels, the greater its potential energy.
Kinetic energy is the energy of motion; a thrown object has kinetic energy.
A ball thrown across a football field is an example of a projectile.
93 yards is the longest thrown yardage in history
POTENTIAL ENERGY is energy when something has energy but is currently stored and not being used. Example: Batteries have electrical energy stored in them but is not used until put inside of a camera, controller, remote, and etc. KINETIC ENERGY is energy when something is being moved, thrown, rolled, or spun by force. Example: When a football is thrown from the Quarterback to the Receiver, the ball is thrown using KINETIC ENERGY.
um how bout trying to see how different weather can effect the length of a thrown football. you would be more accurate with a mechanical throwing arm for distance in rain or snow
i think that is is kinetic because it is a movement
The average velocity of a thrown football is from 40 to 60 MPH. Although there has been faster velocities recorded.
most interceptions thrown in state of texas high school football
Football thrown in a spiral
Speed has the greatest influence on kinetic energy. However, we must not ignore the principle of conservation of energy. For example, when a ball is thrown from a height, the energy change is from gravitational potential energy to kinetic energy. Thus, height will determine kinetic energy. If the ball is thrown from rest, the initial speed will give rise to kinetic energy.
American football is thrown, international football is played like soccer
It's an incomplete pass.