In the journal, Sports Engineering (2007) 10, 75-86 is an article titled, "Simulation of puck flight to determine spectator safety for various ice hockey board heights".
I'm looking for someone able to understand the article and reproduce the flight trajectories based on some data, unless you think you can accomplish the objective from the coefficients and other conclusions provided in the article without reproducing the flight trajectories from the raw data.
Specifically, I would like to learn the puck's height at specified distances from where the puck' height is 1.24936 meters.
The attached sheet is a small sample of the form of data that may be available.
Looks like the original study used "ode45" matlab 7.1 to integrate the differential equations, the Newton-Euler differential equation for a single rigid body was used, so were state space equations, and Reynolds numbers. If you are not very familiar with using these, don't bother reading further.
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