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Old   November 12, 2005, 11:15
Default Boundary condition and drag calculation.
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Kwame George
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I am using a software called Umesh to Simulate the flow arround a car. My objective is to reduce the drag on the car. How do i set my inlet and outlet boundary condition if it is a subsonic flow and how do i calculate my drag force and drag coefficient. Thanks. Kwame.
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