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1 29, vol. 1 (1), 16 2 MATHEMATICAL MODELING AND NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS OF JAVELIN THROW DOI: /v Jerzy Maryniak 1, Edyta Ładyżyńska-Kozdraś 2 *, Edyta Golińska 3 1 The Polish Air Force Academy, Dęblin, Poland 2 Faculty of Mechatronics, Warsaw University of Technology, Warszawa, Poland 3 Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering, Warsaw University of Technology, Warszawa, Poland ABSTRACT A physical model of the human-javelin system has been developed together with a mathematical model of javelin flight including its transverse elastic vibrations. Three kinds of parametric identifications were distinguished: geometrical, mass and aerodynamic. Numerical calculations were made for different initial velocities and throwing angles. The results obtained have been presented graphically. Key words: javelin throw, transverse vibrations, mathematical modeling, numerical simulations 16 Introduction * Corresponding author. The javelin throw is one of the four track and field athletics throwing events. The other three include discus, shot put and hammer throw. The rules of javelin throw specify the javelin shape, weight and construction, point of release, correct execution of throws and procedures of flight distance measurement [1 4]. Compliance with these rules is necessary to make a legal throw and score a point. A javelin throw result depends on a number of factors: the thrower s somatic build, level of motor traits (strength and speed), physical preparation, proper motivation, attitude and psychical disposition. Other elements include the correct throwing technique, javelin type and quality, technical conditions of the javelin runup area, weather conditions and the type and level of track and field competition. The success in javelin throw is achieved when the thrower s physical, mental and technical capabilities are at the highest level during the top-level competitions. Providing a javelin competition takes place in good weather conditions (air temperature, wind speed and direction) and is properly organized (top-level athletes, referees, prizes, good quality of the run-up area), javelin throw records can be set. A number of authors [1, 3, 4] studied the sport aspect of javelin throw, i.e. development of the throwing technique aimed at achieving the maximum javelin flight distance. Ernst [1] focused on the mechanics of javelin throw and flight. Golińska [2] developed a complete mathematical model of javelin elastic flight in her analysis of javelin flight dynamics, using analytical mechanics equations [, 6]. Frames of reference, coordinates and kinematic relations The following frames of reference [2, 7] were used in the description of javelin movement, according to the Polish aviation standards (Fig. 1): H O 1 Z 1 O 1 Q C W Figure 1. Frames of reference and coordinates of javelin throw 1 Z U V

2 1 the Earth s reference frame (inertial), Cx g z g gravitational reference frame originating from the center of mass of the javelin C, parallel to the inertial frame of reference 1, Cxz javelin reference frame originating from the center of mass of the javelin C, with the x-axis along the javelin axis, y-axis to the right and z-axis downwards. V javelin center of mass velocity, tangent to the trajectory, U, W V components relative to the Cx and Cz axis, Q downward pitching angular velocity, θ angle between the Cx axis and the Cx g gravitational frame of reference, α angle of attack between the Cx javelin axis and the velocity vector, m javelin mass. Fig. 1 demonstrates the following kinematic relations [2,, 6] for the javelin moving within the 1 frame of reference. Javelin linear velocity: (1) Angular velocity: = Q (3) Angle of attack: (4) Density of air: (2) () ω g frequency of transverse elastic vibrations of form I of free vibrations. The following equations were obtained using derivations of Golińska [2] and Maryniak [6] (Fig. 2): (8) Kinetic energy of the elastic javelin in quasi-velocities: Potential energy of the javelin: a General equations of javelin movement in the gravitational reference frame l Figure 2. Flexural deformability of the javelin in form I of free vibrations (9) (1) The equations in the energy form included [2, 6, 8]: Z b dx (t,x) H = height of javelin release above sea level, ρ density of air at sea level. Javelin elasticity The flexural deformability of the javelin was taken into consideration using discretization by incorporating form I of free vibrations [2, 3, 8]. Deflection of the javelin element of mass: (6) Element of mass deflection velocity: f (x) deflection function, m(x) longitudinal javelin mass distribution, (7) (11) Following the differentiation of kinetic (9) and potential (1) energy and matching them into the frame (11) the following system of differential equations was obtained: (12) 17

3 S x static moment (in the frame of the principal central axes S x = ); J y moment of inertia [2, 8] (8). P za (1) P xa C mg M a V a d maximum javelin diameter, l javelin length, x A distance from the center of pressure to the center of mass of the javelin. Figure 3. Distribution of forces affecting the javelin in flight The right-hand sides of equations (11) were as follows [2, 8]: 18 Zg Z a (13) a, Z a, M a aerodynamic forces and moments,,, M g gravitational forces and moments, Q, Z Q, M Q aerodynamic derivatives of the downward pitching angular velocity Q [2,, 9], q, Z q, M q aerodynamic derivatives of elasticity [2, 6]. The following equations were obtained in consideration of relations of forces and moments of forces: (14) After Golińska [2] and Maryniak [6] the aerodynamic forces took the following forms: (C n = 1.1, C t =.3): Numerical simulation of the javelin throw The numerical simulation of javelin flight from the point of release to the point of landing was made for a thrower 1.8 m tall (athlete s body height with the throwing arm upwards) regardless of the athlete s sex. The javelin flight was assumed to be taking place in a windless environment of constant air density ρ = const. The javelin was treated as a material system with four degrees of freedom: change of longitudinal velocity U, drift velocity W, downward pitching angle θ and form I of transverse elastic vibrations q. The javelin must comply with the following requirements: Men Women Total weight (including 8 g 6 g the whipcord) Minimum total length 26 cm 22 cm Maximum total length 27 cm 23 cm Minimum javelin head length 2 cm 2 cm Maximum javelin head length 33 cm 33 cm Javelin head weight 8 g 8 g Minimum whipcord length 1 cm 14 cm Maximum whipcord length 16 cm 1 cm Minimum distance between the 9 cm 8 cm center of mass and the javelin point Maximum distance between the center of mass and the javelin point 11 cm 9 cm Minimum shaft diameter 2 mm 2 mm Maximum shaft diameter 3 mm 2 mm The dimensions of the selected javelin in the model were as follows: Length l = 2.2 m Mass m =.6 kg Center of mass S c =.9 m (measured from the head)

4 Maximum shaft diameter d =.2 m Moments of inertia J z =.42 kgm 2, J y = J z = Fig. 4 presents the form of aerodynamic parameters of the javelin calculated following Maryniak s works [6, 8, 9]. Fig. presents four javelin throws at a constant angle of 3 deg with different throwing velocities. The parameters of the first throw: throwing velocity V = 2 m/s, flight distance x = m, maximum flight height = 8.72 m, landing time t = 3.3 s; second throw: V = 3 m/s, x = 9.21 m, = 17.1 m, t = 4.27 s; third throw: V = 3 m/s, x = m, = m, t = 4.79 s; fourth throw: V = 4 m/s, x = m, = 28.7 m, t = 3.63 s. Fig. 6 presents four throws with the throwing velocity of 2 m/s at different angles θ. For θ = 2 deg the flight distance was x = m, maximum flight height =.3 m, and landing time t = 2.27 s; for θ = 2 deg: x = 7.6 m, = 7.68 m, t = 2.78 s; for θ = 3 deg: x = 63.2 m, = 1.9 m, t = 3.2 s; for θ = 3 deg: x = 67.1 m, = m, t = 3.69 s. Fig. 7 presents four throws with the throwing velocity of 3 m/s at different angles θ. For θ = 2 deg the flight distance was x = m, maximum flight height = 7.29 m, and landing time t = 2.66 s; for θ = 2 deg: x = 78.9 m, = 1.3 m, t = 3.23 s; for θ = 3 deg: x = 86.8 m, = m, t = 3.77 s; for θ = 3 deg: x = 9.3 m, = 17.1 m, t = 4.28 s C x, C z, C m, dc x /d, dc z /d (deg) Figure 4. Non-dimensional aerodynamic parameters: drag C x, lift C z, downward pitching moment C m, drag Figure. The height of javelin throw as a function of at velocity θ = 3 deg derivative and lift derivative Figure 6. The height of javelin throw as a function of distance at a velocity of 2 m/s Figure 7. The height of javelin throw as a function of distance at a velocity of 3 m/s 19

5 Conclusions The throwing angle significantly determined the javelin flight distance. There is an optimal range of javelin release angles depending on the initial velocity of the javelin, throwing force and wind direction, which ensures the attainment of optimal results. Throwing outside the optimal range reduces the javelin flight distance. The mathematical simulation revealed that the optimal javelin throw was at the throwing angle of 3 deg and initial velocity of 4 m/s, which resulted in the flight distance of m (Fig. ). In practice, javelin throwers are often unable to achieve the initial velocity higher than 3 3 m/s, therefore the model presented remains only a theoretical optimum. Two throw cases revealed attainable javelin throw results: 1. Flight distance of m at the initial velocity of 2 m/s and throwing angle between 2 and 3 deg (Fig. 6). 2. Flight distance of m at the initial velocity of 3 m/s and throwing angle between 2 and 3 deg (Fig. 7). The above results correspond to the results achieved by champion-level javelin throwers. The impact of aerodynamic drag depends on the velocity of the moving javelin and its position in midflight. Thanks to its shape the javelin has specific aerodynamic properties, and the proper positioning of the javelin in mid-air can be useful in extending its flight distance. The javelin elastic vibrations are fairly insignificant and do not visibly affect the javelin trajectory and flight distance. In general, the throwing angle should be reduced in throws against the wind, since due to its aerodynamic properties the javelin reaches then a greater flight height. The position of the javelin in midflight is also significant. It should reduce the drag so the javelin can glide lightly with the optimal use of aerodynamic forces. Acknowledgements Research financed from the research funds for the years under the project O N References 1. Ernst K., Physics of sport [in Polish]. PWN, Warszawa Golińska E., Physical and mathematical modeling of javelin throw in consideration of flexural elasticity [in Polish]. Master s Thesis, Faculty of Mechanical, Power and Aeronautical Engineering, Warsaw University of Technology, Warszawa, Hoerner S.F., Aerodynamic Drag. Ottenbein Press, Dayton, Ohio Żakowski R., Javelin throw technique, methodology, training [in Polish]. Młodzieżowa Agencja Wydawnicza, Warszawa Ładyżyńska-Kozdraś E., Maryniak J., Mathematical modeling of anti-aircraft guidance to moving targets [in Polish]. In: Niżankowski C. (ed.), Proceedings of the Fifth International Scientific and Technical Conference CRAAS 23. Tarnów- Zakopane, Maryniak J., Dynamic theory of moving objects [in Polish]. Wydawnictwa Naukowe Politechniki Warszawskiej, Mechanika, 197, Wood K.D., Technical aerodynamics. 3 rd edition. McGraw-Hill, New York Łanecka-Makaruk W., Maryniak J., Flutter of glider wings [in Polish]. Technika Lotnicza, 1964, 1 11, Maryniak J., Aerotow-rope configuration regarding aerodynamic forces [in Polish]. Technika Lotnicza i Astronautyka, 1967, 7, 4 8. Paper received by the Editors: June 2, 28. Paper accepted for publication: November 7, 28. Address for correspondence Edyta Ładyżyńska-Kozdraś Wydział Mechanotroniki, Zakład Mechaniki Stosowanej Politechnika Warszawska ul. św. A. Boboli Warszawa, Poland 2

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