Designing the perfect tennis ball chucking catapult / onager / trebuchet

After attending a maker’s fun day in the park, attempting to lob tennis balls as far as possible, I have analysed the mathematics of simple gravity-driven catapults, in order to decide upon the best design for next year.

Simple catapult mathematics

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Welcome to SquigSoft, the homepage of Stuart Holliday MEng.
I am an experienced software engineer, working in C, C++ and dabbling in Java and C#.
I work in the field of computer vision and have an interest in artificial intelligence.
I will publish some of my work, as well as items that I have found to be useful, here, so that others may benefit from them. Enjoy.
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Hidden Markov Models

I have added a page about Hidden Markov Models!

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