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.
the temperature of a basketball effects it's bounce because the air partacles in the ball slow down causing it to lose pressure and it doesn't bounce as well. if a ball has more pressure it bounces better.
A pumped ball has more air in it to bounce. A flat ball has little air, and has no pressure to bounce off of.
air pressure is what give the ball its weight and its bounce
Yes, temperature affects the pressure of the air and when the pressure outside the ball is lower, the pressure inside will be greater, thus making it bounce better.
the ball wont bounce high enough for you to bounce it.
if you put a lot of air in a ball . good. the ball will bounce more. if its soccer it will kick further and bounce more
yes. higher pressure = better bounce
I don't believe air pressure has any effect on a ball bouncing. Gravity on the other hand greatly effects how a ball bounces. the less gravity the more it bounces. On the other hand if you are referring to the air pressure inside of a ball that is a different story. The effect is the inverse, the lower the pressure the less the ball will bounce, where higher pressure will increase proportionatly a higher bounce to the ball.
The pressure from the air inside of it
If the ball is inflated (like a basketball or soccer ball) it will become harder as external air pressure is reduced. This will make it bounce higher. It will become softer as external air pressure is increased. It won't bounce as high then and eventually, as it becomes soft enough, it won't bounce at all. These statements assume that no air is added to or removed from the interior of the ball. I'm not sure what the effect would be on a solid rubber ball.
Several factors affect the bounce of a basketball including the height that it was dropped from. The bounce factor includes elasticity, air pressure, force applied to it, and how rigid the surface is that the ball is bounced on.
it decreases it
Tennis balls bounce because the air pressure inside is higher than the outside pressure. They begin to lose bounce as soon as removed from their pressure can. The alititude where the ball is played will affect the bounce. As they are played, they lose more bounce. Typically, they lose too much bounce to play after about 3 sets of recreational (amateur) tennis, or 8 games of professional tennis.
Cold air is more dense which is making the ball bounce higher, warm air is less dense which is making the ball bounce less higher.
The leather is put on the basketball for grip, wear and tear, and consistency. The bounce of the ball comes from the rubber bladder that the leather is surrounding. Air pressure and the quality of the ball effect it's bounce more than the leather.
The more air pressure in the ball,the tighter the skin of the ball is. If the skin is very tight, there is less absorption of the energy in deformation of the skin. Thus there is more energy available for bouncing the ball back up again.
No. The less air pressure in the ball, the lower the ball bounces.
yes Im sure it would, not necessarily warm air, but changes in pressure (air) as Im sure I can notice with my bike tyres!
The more air pressure inside the ball will create less flex in the ball. Air pressure will tighten the structure and cause more resistance against the opposite side of the surface that hits another surface. This will force the ball to move at a great velocity away from the object it comes into contact with.
Sure, when the ball gets compressed, the air pressure increases. This will help drive the ball up again.
The higher the pressure, the more the ball will bounce. Lower pressures allow the ball to deform, absorbing energy that would otherwise go into making the ball bounce higher. It all has to do with the physics of "elastic" and "inelastic" collisions.
No, a room temperature ball does not bounce higher than a heated tennis ball. In fact, the heated tennis ball will bounce higher than its room temperature counterpart. This is because tennis balls rely on a high pressure internal pocket of air for their bounce. Heating the tennis ball would increase the pressure of the air inside the ball (pressure varies as temperature) which would cause the tennis ball to bounce higher. This holds (albeit for different reasons) for most solid balls as well, such as baseballs.