Drag loading - definition of drag loading by The Free Dictionary
The force on an object or structure due to transient winds accompanying the passage of a blast wave. The drag pressure is the product of the dynamic pressure and the drag coefficient which is dependent upon the shape (or geometry) of the structure or object.
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Patented suppression fairings from Shell Global Solutions offer superior VIV suppression and very low drag loading
when compared with conventional helical strakes.