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what about the aerodynamic drag and lift coefficient of the car body please reply me as soon as possible.

Published On : Aug 8, 2013 SHANKAR G
Category : Honda Amaze
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There are two aerodynamic coefficients to calculate different aerodynamic forces on the vehicle body- drag coefficient and lift coefficient, Bot are dimensionless. The drag coefficient is used to quantify the drag force or resistance of an object in a fluid environment such as air in case of cars. The term is used in the drag equation to calculate force. Lower drag coefficient indicates less aerodynamic drag. The lift coefficient is used to calculate the force resisting lift of a car in a fluid like air in case of a car.
By Arun on Monday, August 12, 2013 4:26:00 PM
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