# how can i calculate the lift and drag coefficient

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 January 21, 2003, 09:48 how can i calculate the lift and drag coefficient #1 yujun Guest   Posts: n/a when i read the the article about the cfd, i met the lift and drag curve ,but i don't know how to get them.please tell me. thanks

 January 21, 2003, 21:41 Re: how can i calculate the lift and drag coeffici #2 Carlos Guest   Posts: n/a it all depends on what you have. If you have a physical model, then you need to use a wind tunnel, but if you have a line profile (airfoil), then you might want to go to THEORY OF WING SECTIONS by Ira. H Abbot, perhaps it has one matching your airfoil.

 January 22, 2003, 03:12 Re: how can i calculate the lift and drag coeffici #3 yujun Guest   Posts: n/a first thank you very much.and i have a profile and get the pressure about the profile of a submarine.then i want to know: how i calculate the drag coefficient with the distribution of the pressure .

 January 22, 2003, 12:55 Re: how can i calculate the lift and drag coeffici #4 Wen Long Guest   Posts: n/a Go to C.C. Mei's book "The Applied Ocean Dynamics".

 January 23, 2003, 02:20 Re: how can i calculate the lift and drag coeffici #5 yujun Guest   Posts: n/a thank you very much. I can't find this book.Can you provide some internet address about this thesis,please.

 January 23, 2003, 16:16 Re: how can i calculate the lift and drag coeffici #6 Wen Long Guest   Posts: n/a Sorry, the full name of the book is actually: <> You can also look at Dean & Dalrymple book <>in Chapter 8, wave forces on bodies are discussed. These are all for non-viscid flows.

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