Re: bat velocity versus bat mass
Posted by: chuck (
crayshef@bellsouth.net
) on Thu May 31 02:43:52 2007
The formula is: KE = 1/2(MV^2)
Note: Velocity is squared which means it plays a larger role in determining the force of the bat.
Of course a swing can not be reduced to a formula but assuming all things constant, velocity or speed of the bat is more important than mass.
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> The formula is: KE = 1/2(MV^2) > > Note: Velocity is squared which means it plays a larger role in determining the force of the bat. > > Of course a swing can not be reduced to a formula but assuming all things constant, velocity or speed of the bat is more important than mass.
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