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Drag force equation?
Link | by hello on 2010-03-07 19:44:55
I want to know alternative ways of modeling air resistance force without using vt=root(2mg/CPA) or d(t)=vt^2 ln(cosh(gt/vt))/g

thanks in advance.

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Re: Drag force equation?
Link | by on 2010-03-11 07:47:19
Its been a while, but I think I remember drag being:

FD=(1/2)pv2AC

Where:

p is the pressure of the fluid in Pa
v is the velocity in m/s2
A is the reference area (the cross-sectional area perpendicular to the direction of drag) in m2
C is the drag coefficient for the object (dimensionless)

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