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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Its front and rear tracks are both wider, and the aerodynamics have been improved, with a drag coefficient of 0.
The reduced drag coefficient helps make it more power efficient, but that's a shorter distance than your average semi can go on a full tank of fuel.
7 is obviously different from the aerodynamic drag coefficient [c.
The Lift Coefficient (Cl) is the lifting force and Drag Coefficient (Cd) is the drag or resistance force that generated by the airfoils are important role in designing wind turbine.
It still looks an imposing vehicle, slightly larger than its predecessor the design is slippier, with a reduced drag coefficient for better economy.
Advanced technology in the form of slender LED headlights and flush deployable door handles serve to accentuate Velar's reductive, sculpted form while contributing to its drag coefficient of 0.
This technology allows cyclists to test and refine their drag coefficient in everyday riding conditions, without having to use expensive and time-consuming wind tunnel testing.
The drag coefficient is closely related to particle geometry.
This study indicates the independency of the results from the mesh density and as the mesh density increases from 5 to 10 million elements, the drag coefficient ranges from 0.
The parameter of interest for the current paper is the drag coefficient, defined as