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Old   September 11, 2000, 07:51
Default pressures in experiment
Pete Kehern
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when you think of a small scale model test of moving a wing under water. Compared to the real geometry the Froude number is kept constant. What possiblities do I have to obtain the static pressure at a certain point in the real geometry from a measured pressure in the small scale model ?


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