Modeling projectile motion subject to drag forces. PHYS 361 Spring, 2011. projectile equations of motion. 2-D motion subject to gravity and drag forces. x component. Separate differential equations of motion. y component. q.
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Modeling projectile motion subject to drag forces PHYS 361 Spring, 2011
projectile equations of motion 2-D motion subject to gravity and drag forces x component Separate differential equations of motion y component q If we want to solve for position, also... we need two more equations
Euler method first-order approximation of derivative x-position y-position x-velocity y-velocity
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