pressure coefficient


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pressure coefficient

[′presh·ər ‚kō·i‚fish·ənt]
(thermodynamics)
The ratio of the fractional change in pressure to the change in temperature under specified conditions, usually constant volume.
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KN] = pressure flow coefficient of EZ type elements, K = pressure coefficient of restriction ring, [P.
Pressure coefficient lines in Figure 5, 6& 7 for all three meshes are almost coincident and are close to the experiment data.
In general, wind pressure coefficient is measured in a wind tunnel test or calculated with CFD simulation.
This can clearly be seen in Figure 6, where the time-averaged total pressure coefficient is seen in planes along the vehicle.
It can be seen that the pressure coefficient distributions match each other well.
14 that at the positions 5 and 6 higher values of the negative pressure coefficient are displayed; however, these values occur for a very short time and on a small area of the vehicle surface.
Distribution of static pressure coefficient on the airfoil surface obtained experimentally and computationally with 2% height GF is compared for AoAs of 10[degrees] in Figure 6.
the magnetic pressure coefficient (Sobral and Cunha [17]), which represents the importance of the magnetic pressure with respect to the dynamic pressure of the fluid phase, is:
The reflected pressure coefficient equals the ratio of the peak reflected pressure to the peak incident pressure ([C.
The S111 blade profile has an optimum pressure coefficient distribution which is ideal for lower wind sites, in a variety of climates, including those at higher altitudes.
We can see in the graphs (figure 9) pressure coefficient variation ([C.