# Elastic Collision Calculator

An elastic collision is defined as the collision between two bodies, in which there occurs no net loss of total kinetic energy before and after the encounter. The conserved quantities in the elastic collisions are momentum and kinetic energy. The collision happens only when there was no net conversion of kinetic energy between the two bodies. Use our online elastic collision calculator to find the final velocities for an elastic collision of two masses.

## Velocity after Elastic Collision Calculation

In case of collision between small bodies, kinetic energy is converted into potential energy, then it's again converted into kinetic energy. Velocity after collision calculation is simple by substituting the values in the formula provided in the elastic collision calculator.