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2013 (Vol. 5, Issue: 18)
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Study of Mechanical Model of Sports BallíS Flight Trajectory and Its Application

Xiaoyan Yu
Corresponding Author:  Xiaoyan Yu 

Key words:  Ball, mechanical model, sports, trajectory, , ,
Vol. 5 , (18): 4584-4589
Submitted Accepted Published
December 31, 2012 January 21, 2013 May 05, 2013

In order to resolve the controversy of ball games the placement problem fined on the other hand, to promote the teaching and training ball flight trajectory. Tennis is the main object of study, use of literature, mathematical statistics and experimental research methods and to establish an appropriate mathematical model, using MATLAB software to accurately determine the trajectory and impact point of the ball's flight, used in teaching, training and competition in. The conclusions show that the law, accurate data analysis using MATLAB software can simulate the flight of the ball moving on sports development has a very good help provide a new way of thinking for the in-depth study the pattern of winning ball games and similar sports teaching, training and selection of athletes is an important complementary and valuable.
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Xiaoyan Yu, 2013. Study of Mechanical Model of Sports BallíS Flight Trajectory and Its Application.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 5(18): 4584-4589.
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