A5_9 Falling in the Rain

Connor Keany, Thomas Graham, Felix Kaiser, Rhys Newland, Kishen Pankhania


The goal of this paper was to investigate what effects rain might have on the terminal velocity of a person. By considering the exchange of momentum from collisions with raindrops and the increase of mass due to wet clothes, it was found that falling in the rain increased a persons terminal velocity by 0.8%

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