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Old   January 30, 2013, 11:46
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While doing an analysis in delta wing i came across a difficult result. the values i got for two different analysis made me confused. in the first one the dynamic pressure was less compared to the second one, but when it comes to the part of lift,drag and its coefficients the ironic thing happened.For the one which i got the most dynamic pressure shows the less lift,drag and coefficient of lift and drag while the other one has high values on those parameters. the test conditions as follows

Velocity-0.3 mach
gauge pressure-0 pa
angle of attack- 0

Thanks in advance if the problem is solved.
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coefficient drag, coefficient of lift, drag, dynamic pressure, lift

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