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Old   April 19, 2010, 15:05
Default How to compute drag?
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Hi everybody!!!

I'm looking for some methods to compute the drag of a car. I know how to do it with software like CFX or Fluent, but I'm looking some faster methods with a quite good accuracy (like the Vortex Lattice Method for the lift).

Thank you for your answers.
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