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Old   December 8, 2014, 01:32
Default is it possible to calculate drag coefficient of sphere anlaytically?
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i'm a student who is studying CFD

i want to compare my CFD result to analytic data

i computed sphere at Mach number 2 , Inviscid and compressible flow

and i calculated aerodynamic coefficients

but i don't know this is right result or not

so i want to find the aerodynamic coefficients which are calculated analytically

or other data which is computed already

thank you..
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