This soccer science fair project serves to acquaint students with basic information on how the amount of air in a soccer ball can affect the distance it travels when kicked with a consistent force. The greater the air pressure in the ball, the farther it will travel when a force is applied. In the process of conducting the research, the student will learn that atmospheric pressure may also affect how far the ball will travel.
This soccer science fair project serves to acquaint students with basic information on how the amount of air in a soccer ball can affect the distance it travels when kicked with a consistent force. The greater the air pressure in the ball, the
If a soccer ball has a high amount of air pressure pumped into it, the ball will travel further when it is kicked because of its stiffness and firm shape it has. This happens because when you kick a well pumped ball it transfers more energy to the ball, which allows it to travel a further distance. On the other hand, if you kicked a ball which had a lesser amount of air pressure inside of it, the ball will travel a shorter distance because most of the energy is lost to deformation of the ...
The higher the air pressure inside the soccer ball, the farther it will go when it is kicked, writes engineer and soccer ball enthusiast Bruce Rigsby on the site Soccer Ball World.com. Your kick transfers more energy to a stiff ball, compared to a spongy one, as less of the energy is lost to deformation of the ball’s surface.
The amount of air or air pressure in a soccer ball effects how far the ball will travel when struck by the same force. The higher air pressure that is put into a soccer ball improves the ball’s rebound off the foot of a player. More energy is transferred to a “stiff” ball in an elastic collision.
The pressure in the atmosphere will also affect how far the ball when kicked. The lower the pressure then the less friction there is for the ball to travel. -Air pressure determines the ball's level of stiffness. Higher air pressure creates more energy, and allows the ball to keep its shape when it is kicked.
No this is simply to hold the ball together, it does not affect the distance the ball travels in any way.
kick it slightly off center, causing it to spin horizontally. When the ball travels, air moves over the ball. The air will move more quickly around one side, making less pressure on that side of the ball (faster speed of air means lower pressure). On the other side of the ball, the air moves more