Magnus Effect - viscosity

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George444fg
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I am trying to add to a problem of mine the viscosity parameter, simulating the fly of a ball. However I obtain the following equations

d^2V_z/dt^2 = WdV_z/dt - dV_x/dt and d^2V_x/dt^2 = WdV_x/dt - dV_z/dt where W is a function linearly dependant to t. Any ideas how I could analytically solve this problem..?
 

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jrmichler
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It would be a lot easier for us to help you if you:

1) Write out your equations using LaTeX (see the LaTeX Guide button for instructions),
and
2) Tell us what each of your variables are,
and
3) Describe, in words, what you are trying to do. Possibly with a diagram.
 
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