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# The pressure distribution on the l-m-diameter circular diskin Fig. P9.5 is given in the

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The pressure distribution on the l-m-diameter circular diskin Fig. P9.5 is given in the table. Determine the drag on the disk.r (m) p (kNm2) 0 4.34 0.05 4.28 0.10 4.06 0.15 3.72 0.20 3.10 0.25 2.78 0.30 2.37 0.35 1.89 0.40 1.41 0.45 0.74 0.50 0.0

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