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## What is the volume of a hockey puck?

Variations. There are several variations on the standard black, 6-ounce (170 g) hockey puck. One of the most common is a blue, 4-ounce (110 g) puck that is used for training younger players who are not yet able to use a standard puck.

## What is the friction of a hockey puck?

Assuming the coefficient of friction is about 0.1 for our puck on ice, using some basic kinematics and Newton’s handy laws, that gives a stopping distance of just over 1000 m when the puck is hit with a starting speed of 160 km/hr.

## What is the exact diameter of an NHL puck?

Regulation National Hockey League (NHL) pucks are black, 3 in (7.6 cm) in diameter, 1 in (2.54 cm) thick, and weighing 5.5-6 oz (154-168 g). The edge has a series of “diamonds,” slightly raised bumps or grooves. The diamonds give a taped hockey stick something to grip when the puck is shot.

## How do you calculate puck speed?

The measurement of a hockey puck’s speed boils down to physics. Velocity is measured as Distance/Time = Average Speed. This does not take into account the mass of the puck or the angle in which the puck is being shot and will only give you an average speed.

## What are the forces of a hockey puck?

For example, if I take a slap shot on a hockey puck, from what I understand, the forces acting on the puck are friction, the normal force, and the puck’s weight.

## What force does a hockey puck as it slides to rest on ice?

Question: A hockey puck slides along the ice. There is a frictional force between the ice and puck, and this is the only horizontal force on the puck.

## How do you find volume?

Whereas the basic formula for the area of a rectangular shape is length × width, the basic formula for volume is length × width × height.

## How do you calculate cylindrical volume?

Volume of a cylinder

- V = A h.
- Since the area of a circle = π r 2 , then the formula for the volume of a cylinder is:
- V = π r 2 h.

## How do you find the volume of a hollow cylinder?

The formula to calculate the volume of a hollow cylinder is given as, Volume of hollow cylinder = π (R^{2} – r^{2}) h cubic units, where, ‘R’ is the outer radius, ‘r’ is the inner radius, and, ‘h’ is the height of the hollow cylinder.