PhysicalProperties also provides weightings properties, ElasticityWeight and FrictionWeight. When two parts interact, the friction and elasticity between them are determined in the same way by the following pairwise weighted average function:
Although the formula above refers to the Friction and FrictionWeight of two parts, A and B, the formula is used in the same manner when determining Elasticity. Generally, when the weight of A is much greater than that of B, the actual value will be closer to A. If the weights are similar, the actual value will be close to the midpoint between their individual values.
The importance of the part's Friction property when calculating the friction with the colliding part.
Density is defined as the amount of mass per unit volume. The more dense a part is, the more force it takes to accelerate it. Acceptable range is 0.01 to 100.0 and values outside this range will be clamped.
Friction is defined as the force that opposes the relative lateral motion of two solid surfaces in contact. The greater the friction on a part, the quicker it will decelerate when it rubs against another part with friction. Acceptable range is 0.0 to 2.0 and values outside this range will be clamped.