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Old   October 14, 2012, 11:41
Default Low Cd shapes?
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I am new to CFD but have come to understand the basics of the software, now the main reason I started learning CFD initially was to come up with a aerodynamic shape for a race car body that I am designing.
I have went through many designs just off of trial and error, rather than continuing with my trial and error approach I thought maybe I could get some help from more experienced CFD users who may or may not have experience in the aerodynamics industry.

So my question is, what do you think is the most aerodynamic design for my bodywork?

If you have any information that may help me come up with a design or any ideas you think will have low drag please let me know and I will design and test them.

Thank you.

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Old   October 15, 2012, 13:40
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I scanned in a good reference for you. Send me a PM with your e-mail, and I'll pass it over.
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