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What is the amount of energy absorbed by a vehicle in an impact is related to?

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The amount of energy absorbed by a
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That depends on the weight of the vehicle(s) and how fast it (they) are travelling.
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It isn't related. Amount of heat energy absorbed by a solid depends on the situation and history of heat energy received and released. It isn't controlled by what its heat of fusion
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