F = d(mv)/dt Newtons 2nd Law(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

F = -kx Spring Force

F = -cv Damping Force

d(mv)/dt = -kx + -cv

How would you correct the equation for a damped harmonic oscillator for relativity. If it is possible. I just want a one dimensional solution unless you have to go to a two dimensional or three dimensional model to because of relativity.

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# Newtons 2nd Law corrected for Relativity

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