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Old   February 3, 2022, 17:56
Default Is very low drag coefficint realistic for a secant-ogive-cylinder-boattail
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I am performing RANS simulation on a secant-ogive-cylinder-boattail using Fluent and getting 0.0012 as the drag coefficint. Is this result realistic? I used Mach 0.96 Pressure Far Field at 300K
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