I'll try this again. The momentum I'm working with is 49.8 kg m/s. If I assumed that it took 1/1,000 of a second for Raziel's thrust to come to a full stop, then Raziel would have exerted a force of 49,800 N. Raziel's claws are 2.68 mm. The area of this would be using a circle, as 2.68 mm is the diameter. So his claws would have an area of 5.64 mm^2, or 0.222 in. 49,800 N is equal to 11,196 lb. This would give us 50,430 psi, or 347.7 MPa. This assumes the thrust into the block stopped at 1 millisecond.
Edit: I'm going to take the 9.3 kg. I get various times. Here they are.
- 373 ms
- 342 ms
- 316 ms
- 323 ms
- 338 ms
So I will add these and then divide by 5 to find the average time. This is 1.692 s / 5 = 0.3384 s. I doubled the distance of Raziel's arm the last time I calculated him striking the cube. 68.58 cm. * 2 gives us 137.16 cm., or 1.3716 m. Distance over time gives us 4.0531914893617021 m/s. Since momentum is p = mv, then that means Raziel struck with a momentum of 37.69468085106382953 kg m/s. I cannot find out how long it takes for Raziel's arm to come to a complete stop, though. Coming into contact with another object will slow his strikes down.
Raziel's claws are 64 px., so taking his height of 720 px., I'll end up with 0.0888888888888889
193.04 cm. * 0.0888888888888889 = 17.159111111111113256 cm.
That's how long Raziel's claws are, excluding the thumbs. Well, if distance over speed still holds true here, then the time it would take to cover 17.159111111111113256 cm. over 4.0531914893617021 m/s, then Raziel would come to a complete stop in 0.04233481481481482 s, or 42 ms. Force is Δp / Δt. This would result in 890.394372006862 N. Raziel's claws are 0.268111111111113256 cm. in diameter, so finding the area of a circle (since the tip of his claws represent a circle) is A = π r^2, which gives us 0.05645722220808630093009 cm^2
890.394372006862 N / 0.05645722220808630093009 cm^2 = 157.711332081679 MPa (22,874.20235813744596 psi).
I realize that the object appears metal and sounds like metal being struck, but even with this in mind, I am not saying the cube is made of limestone, only that it has the hardness and density of limestone, as it is the low-end. Aluminium has a density of 2.7 g/cm^3, while limestone has 2.6 g/cm^3.