X''[T]=K (1-L) sinB(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Y''[T]=K (1-L) cosB -1

X[T]=sinB0+L sinB

Y[T]=-cosB0+L cosB

Boundary conditions (B0, U, V are constants)

L[0]=L[End]=1

B[0]=-B0, B[End]=B0

X'[0]=X'[End]=U

Y'[0]=-V, Y'[End]=V

I dont know how to set up RungeKutta for this? Please help if you can.

Thx,

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# How do I use RungeKutta 4/shooting method for this problem?

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