aerodynamic coefficient

aerodynamic coefficient

[‚e·ro·dī′nam·ik ‚kō·ə′fish·ənt]
(fluid mechanics)
Any nondimensional coefficient relating to aerodynamic forces or moments, such as a coefficient of drag or a coefficient of lift.
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LES is not feasible for higher Reynolds number flow which is the case in this work and DES provides an accurate prediction of the dynamic change in the aerodynamic coefficient.
The laboratory will carry out measurements in various classes including resistance measurement in still and wavy waters, hydrodynamic resistance and measurement of aerodynamic coefficient for surface and subsurface flotillas.
a] = aerodynamic coefficient, can be derived from ship data the model of which was tested in an aerodynamic tube;
With its daring oval headlight design and a raked-back version of the traditional Mercedes grille, the E420 boasts an aerodynamic coefficient of drag (Cd) of just 0.
a] is aerodynamic coefficient can be derived from ship's data, of which the model was tested in an aerodynamic tube; [[rho].
To provide accurate CFD unsteady flow data and aerodynamic coefficients.
The following values for the aerodynamic coefficients of lift and moment in respect to the axis of tilt drawn in Figure 1 were found, as reproduced in diagrams 3 and 4.
During early stages of development, it was found that an important consideration was the balance of the bullet's physical configuration and aerodynamic coefficients, meaning the length of the ogive relative to the length of the cylinderical bearing surface.
The MathWorks today introduced Aerospace Toolbox, which provides reference standards, environmental models, support for importing aerodynamic coefficients, and three-dimensional visualization capabilities in MATLAB[?