Application of Monte-Carlo method to evaluate resistance coefficients and their standard deviations

The coefficients of the air, rolling and drivetrain resistance can be measured in a wind tunnel and in a laboratory. They can also be estimated based on measurements during a ride. These measurements consist of power, speed and acceleration. We consider the Monte-Carlo method to evaluate these coefficients, together with their standard deviations.

     Danek, T., Slawinski, M.A., Stanoev, T. (2020) On modelling bicycle power-meter measurements: Part I. Estimating effects of air, rolling and drivetrain resistance. 2005.04229 [physics.pop-ph]

Isaac Newton subject to the effects of gravity, as seen by Roberto Lauciello (2020)

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