Free fall with air resistance none linear model    Fd = f(v2)

System of units:
Example: Find the final velocity of a skydiver falling from a height of 2000 meter the mass of the skydiver is 72 kilogram and the air resistance is 0.24 kilogram per meter.
Example: An object with a mass of 0.15 kg is dropped from a height of 1 km, given that the air resistance is 0.24 kg/m. Find the terminal velocity and the falling time.
Example: Find the drag force acting on an object travalling at a speed of 50 m/s in air whose density is 1.29 kg/m3 the drag coefficient is 0.5 and the frontal area of the object is 0.8 m2.
Altitude  (h):
Initial Velocity  (v0):
Air Resistance  (k):
Object Mass   (m):
Gravity  (g):
Falling Time  (t):
Final Velocity  (vt):
Terminal Velocity  (vmax):
Input limit:
Choose air resistance:
Drag Coefficient (Cd)
Cross Section Area (A)
Fluid Density (ρ)
Drag Force (Fd)
Air Resistance (k)
Object Velocity (v)
Choose drag coefficient:
Choose substance density: