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Old   September 9, 2019, 06:32
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I want to calculate drag coefficient?
I want to know what is a reference area, as for example let in the flow over sphere?
Density - 1.18415 kg/m^3
Dynamic Viscosity - 1.85508E-5 Pa-s
Diameter of Sphere - 0.05m
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I want to calculate drag coefficient?
I want to know what is a reference area, as for example let in the flow over sphere?
Density - 1.18415 kg/m^3
Dynamic Viscosity - 1.85508E-5 Pa-s
Diameter of Sphere - 0.05m
The area of the circular cross section when you cut sphere into two equal halves. (\pi0.05^2)/4
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