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Old   July 27, 2004, 03:05
Default Hydrodynamic forces
Tim Pugh
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Hi guys, i am studying vortex shedding over a circular cylinder near a wall and this is probably a question with a rather simple answer however time it would seem is not on my side.

How exactly would i go about calculating things like the lift and drag coefficients, separation length and angles (upper and lower) etc for my project?

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