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# A 0.10-m-diameter circular cylinder moves through air witha speed U. The pressure

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Problem 9.8

A 0.10-m-diameter circular cylinder moves through air witha speed U. The pressure distribution on the cylinders surface isapproximated by the three straight-line segments shown in Fig.P9.8. Determine the drag coefficient on the cylinder. Neglectshear forces.

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