Hello guys, I found this forum using google because I need help with simulating bungee jump model.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I've already done that with zero initial values and it looks good but I want it more realistic :

Let's say L is the lenght of rope so elasticity force starts acting when y=L so logically time should be

t(L) = sqrt(2*g*L)

I think that if t >=t(L) all forces should be acting togheter until there is not balance between them..

Canonical form is : y''(t) = g - B/m*y'(t) - k/m*y(t)

B - air resistance

m - jumper weight

k - elasticity ratio

I'm including screenshot of model I simulated so far...

What am I supposed to edit ?

Thanks for you answers!

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