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  1. 1-145-S-FastPitch

    23 Jan 2022 | | Contributor(s):: Erich McAlister

    Pitch velocity is one of the most fascinating statistics in baseball, as documented in the 2015 documentary Fastball. Modern measurements of pitch velocity are taken as the maximum velocity achieved at any point between the pitcher's hand and home plate. However, the velocity of the ball...

  2. 2020-Beeken, Paul - First Order Differential Equations - AirResistance

    26 Mar 2020 | | Contributor(s):: Brian Winkel

    Beeken-FirstOrderDifferentialEquations-AirResistanceBeeken, Paul. First Order Differential Equations  as applied to Air Resistance. Byram Hills High School.This is a nice and gentle introduction to air resistance modeling.From the Introduction"The problem of air...

  3. 3-043-S-BallisticModeling-SpongeDart

    20 Nov 2018 | | Contributor(s):: Jean Marie Linhart, Peter Howard

    The goal of this project is for students to develop, analyze, and compare three different models for the flight of a sponge dart moving under the influences of gravity and air resistance. The first two models are based respectively on the common simplifying assumptions of no air resistance and...

  4. 2017-Roux, Jean -Mathematical Models in Air Quality Problems - Notes

    11 Sep 2017 | | Contributor(s):: Brian Winkel

    Roux, Jean.  Mathematical Models in Air Quality Problems. Notes. 26 pages.Presents many models with analysis in air quality control. Starts with chemical kinetics models and builds complexity to PDE models.Keywords: differential equation, model, finite difference, chemical kinetics,...

  5. 3-017-S-StackedCoffeeFiltersFalling

    11 Mar 2017 | | Contributor(s):: Brian Winkel

    Data on free falling 2, 4, 6, and 8 stacked coffee filters is offered for analysis. Students first form a model using resistance terms. Parameters need to be estimated and models compared.

  6. 1-041-S-AirToTop

    19 May 2016 | | Contributor(s):: John Thomas Sieben

    Divers, especially novice divers, have concerns about running out of breathing air while at depth.  One common rule taught to SCUBA divers is to ascend no faster than thirty feet per minute. In this project we will examine safe variable ascent rates, time required for a safe ascent using...