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Unformatted text preview: Resistive Force on Spheres with radius r, mass m, and speed v Clrv + Czrzv2 V(:rit _ C1! C21” Condition for terminal velocity: Czrzvzmrnn + Clrvt - mg = 0 EI'III Reglme I: v << Vern V = mg/Clr or: r2 term Reglme II: V >> Var“ v = (mg/C2r2)0-5 cc 1""-5 term for given density p of the sphere m=41tpr3/3 ...
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