drag coefficient


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Noun1.drag coefficient - the ratio of the drag on a body moving through air to the product of the velocity and the surface area of the body
coefficient - a constant number that serves as a measure of some property or characteristic
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drag coefficient

drag factor n (Aut) → coefficiente m di resistenza
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D] is the drag coefficient, which is a function of the velocity of the particle, shape of the particle, viscosity of the medium, and the roughness of the particle surface.
Unsteady motion of a single bubble in highly viscous liquid and empirical correlation of drag coefficient, Chem.
Its sportive design ensures a low wind drag coefficient resulting in less fuel consumption.
The car also managed to lose 130 kilograms of weight and achieve a superior degree of aerodynamic efficiency with a drag coefficient of only 0.
Tenders are invited for quotation for particle drag coefficient.
Automobile has reported citing unnamed sources, that it features a streamlined profile with a drag coefficient of just 0.
The widened front bumper configuration and elongated yet tapered rear bumper design nevertheless keep the drag coefficient at Cd 0.
The sleek vehicle is described as two cars in one an aerodynamics world champion with a drag coefficient value of 0.
Remember, the primary cause of the progressive loss of arrow speed is its drag coefficient.
Although the saloon's engine only had an output of 40 hp, the car was able to reach a top speed of 130 km/h, which said more about its streamlined design than any drag coefficient ever could.
Cold body drag coefficient [1] for the region 500 [less than or equal to] Re [less than or equal to] 200000 (velocity w = ~0.