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I have the following problem:

A wall has a size of X square-feet.

Is has been build by a material called Y which can withstand Z amounts of pressure.

A storm which produces winds of N Miles/hour (Equivalent to Z) blows onto the wall.

My question is:

Is it possible to express the above as a differential equation ?

So I can calculate how much pressure a wall of a certain size and material can withstand

Thanks in advance.

Sincerely

Fred

Denmark

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# Material Differential-Equation

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