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Answered 2008-08-16 13:07:52

Usually force doesn't depend on velocity that there is no change in force with motion, but in case when you work with the magnetic field and a charge particle you will have dependence on velocity (the force is proportional to velocity). Also in the case of hydrodynamics there are at least two kind of forces (streaktly saying the same force but for different conditions) you will have straight proportinal dependence from the velocity for low velocities, and it is propartinal to v^2 for high velocities.

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