# Velocity under friction constrain : differential equation

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Not entirely sure here but by the look of it you have 54Sin2t-60v=m.dv/dt . You could integrate both sides with respect to t to start with.

17 August 2012

Just read jim360's contribution (thanks jim) - I omitted to check your profile before answering. I'll know better next time.

17 August 2012

Other easiest method is to use D Operator method which is used at graduate level.

17 August 2012

the differential equation you stated is correct... But solving it will be tricky as integrating vdt normally by integration by parts would result in recurring never ending integration. So you need to rationalize in some intermediate step with e^x and then try to solve it.

17 August 2012

Solution : (9/50)x (sin2t - 2cos2t + 2e ^-t)

18 August 2012

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