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I must find the magnitude of the h step in order to have an x_impact accuracy of 0.1m. I dont understand why when I change my dt my final impact distance changes so drastically when its supposed to approach a final more accurate result.

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Simon Blasko
Simon Blasko 25 Dec 2020
댓글: John D'Errico 25 Dec 2020
function Projectile_motion_variation_drag_Magnus
clear
clc
format long g;
workspace
format compact
fontSize = 20;
g = 10; % acceleration due to gravity in Y
y0 = 0; % intial position y
vHit = 50; % initial velocity magnitude
wHit = 100; % Angular Velocity (rad/s)
Angle = 30; % angle of strike
Variation = 0;
if Variation == 1
v0Max = vHit/10 + vHit;
v0Min = vHit - vHit/10;
v0 = randi([v0Min v0Max],1) %randomly generated v0
wMin = wHit - wHit/10;
wMax = wHit + wHit/10;
Angular_w = randi([wMin wMax],1) % randomly generate w
aMin = Angle - Angle/10;
aMax = Angle + Angle/10;
Alpha = randi([aMin aMax],1) % Angle Alpha hit
else
v0 = vHit
Angular_w = wHit
Alpha = Angle
end
c = 4.5*10^(-5); % Coefficient of drag
r = 21.5*10^(-3); % Radius of gold ball
m = 46*10^(-3); % Mass of golf ball
rho_air = 1.2; % Density of air
p = [0 0 0];
dt=0.1;
t=[0:dt:200];
v = v0; % Velocity Magnitude
Velx = v(1)*cosd(Alpha);
Vely = v(1)*sind(Alpha)- g*t(1);
Vel(1,:) = [Velx Vely 0] ; % Velocity Vector
FdragX(1) = v(1).*Vel(1).*c; % Drag force in X direction
FdragY(1) = v(1).*Vel(2).*c; % Drag force in Y direction
AccDragX(1) = -FdragX(1)./ m; % F=M*A decceleration due to drag in X
AccDragY(1) = -FdragY(1)./ m; % F=M*A decceleration due to drag in Y
AccDrag(1,:) = [AccDragX(1) AccDragY(1) 0]
u = (pi^2 * rho_air * r^3 * Angular_w); % Formula for U in z axis
uForce = [0 0 u] % Magnus force in Z
Magnus(1,:) = cross(uForce,Vel(1,:)) % Cross Product of M_force
AccMagnus(1,:) = Magnus(1,:)./m
for i=2:length(t)
p(i,:) = p(i-1,:) + Vel.*dt + AccDrag.*(dt.^2) + AccMagnus.*(dt.^2);
Vel = Vel + AccDrag.*dt + AccMagnus.*dt;
v= sqrt(sum((Vel.^2),"all"));
Velx = v*cosd(Alpha);
Vely = v*sind(Alpha)- g.*t(i);
Vel = [Velx Vely 0]
FdragX = v.*Velx*c; % Drag force in X direction
FdragY = v.*Vely*c; % Drag force in Y direction
AccDragX = -FdragX./ m; % F=M*A decceleration due to drag in X
AccDragY = -FdragY./ m; % F=M*A decceleration due to drag in Y
AccDrag = [AccDragX AccDragY 0];
Magnus = cross(uForce,Vel); % Cross Product of M_force
AccMagnus = Magnus./m; %Acceleration due to magnus force
if p(i,2)<0
break
end
end
fprintf('Velocity with variation' ,v0, 'm/s')
xImpact_no_Drag = (sind(2*Alpha)*(v0^2))/g
p(end,:)
v0
Angular_w
Alpha
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John D'Errico
John D'Errico 25 Dec 2020
Before you do anything, have you verified that the code is working properly, to predict a reasonable projectile motion? Spend some time to look at that. You are modleing what, a golf ball? Is it predicting anything reasonable? What does the flight do?

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