## Coefficient of Drag for Reynold Number Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Coefficient of Drag for Boundary Layer Flow = 1.46/sqrt(Reynolds Number for Boundary Layer Flow)
CD = 1.46/sqrt(Re)
This formula uses 1 Functions, 2 Variables
Functions Used
sqrt - A square root function is a function that takes a non-negative number as an input and returns the square root of the given input number., sqrt(Number)
Variables Used
Coefficient of Drag for Boundary Layer Flow - Coefficient of drag for boundary layer flow is a dimensionless quantity that is used to quantify the drag or resistance of an object in a fluid environment, such as air or water.
Reynolds Number for Boundary Layer Flow - Reynolds Number for boundary layer flow is the ratio of inertial forces to viscous forces within a fluid which is subjected to relative internal movement due to different fluid velocities.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Reynolds Number for Boundary Layer Flow: 150000 --> No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
CD = 1.46/sqrt(Re) --> 1.46/sqrt(150000)
Evaluating ... ...
CD = 0.00376970379030855
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
0.00376970379030855 --> No Conversion Required
0.00376970379030855 0.00377 <-- Coefficient of Drag for Boundary Layer Flow
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Shear Stress at Boundary for Turbulent Boundary Layer over Flat Plate
Shear Stress for Boundary Layer Flow = 0.0225*Fluid Density for Boundary Layer Flow*Freestream Velocity for Boundary Layer Flow^2*(Viscosity of Fluid for Boundary Layer Flow/(Fluid Density for Boundary Layer Flow*Freestream Velocity for Boundary Layer Flow*Thickness of Boundary Layer))^(1/4)
Viscosity of Liquid for Drag Force on Plate
Viscosity of Fluid for Boundary Layer Flow = Drag Force on Boundary Layer Flow Plate/(0.73*Breadth of Plate for Boundary Layer Flow*Freestream Velocity for Boundary Layer Flow*sqrt(Reynolds Number for Boundary Layer Flow))
Width of Plate for Drag Force on Plate
Breadth of Plate for Boundary Layer Flow = Drag Force on Boundary Layer Flow Plate/(0.73*Viscosity of Fluid for Boundary Layer Flow*Freestream Velocity for Boundary Layer Flow*sqrt(Reynolds Number for Boundary Layer Flow))
Drag Force on Plate
Drag Force on Boundary Layer Flow Plate = 0.73*Breadth of Plate for Boundary Layer Flow*Viscosity of Fluid for Boundary Layer Flow*Freestream Velocity for Boundary Layer Flow*sqrt(Reynolds Number for Boundary Layer Flow)
Reynold Number for Drag Force on Plate
Reynolds Number for Boundary Layer Flow = (Drag Force on Boundary Layer Flow Plate/(0.73*Breadth of Plate for Boundary Layer Flow*Viscosity of Fluid for Boundary Layer Flow*Freestream Velocity for Boundary Layer Flow))^2
Area of Surface for Average Drag Coefficient
Area of Surface for Boundary Layer Flow = Drag Force on Boundary Layer Flow Plate/(1/2*Coefficient of Drag for Boundary Layer Flow*Fluid Density for Boundary Layer Flow*Freestream Velocity for Boundary Layer Flow^2)
Average Coefficient of Drag for Drag Force
Coefficient of Drag for Boundary Layer Flow = Drag Force on Boundary Layer Flow Plate/(1/2*Fluid Density for Boundary Layer Flow*Area of Surface for Boundary Layer Flow*Freestream Velocity for Boundary Layer Flow^2)
Drag Force for Average Drag Coefficient
Drag Force on Boundary Layer Flow Plate = 1/2*Coefficient of Drag for Boundary Layer Flow*Fluid Density for Boundary Layer Flow*Area of Surface for Boundary Layer Flow*Freestream Velocity for Boundary Layer Flow^2
Velocity of Fluid for Reynold Number
Freestream Velocity for Boundary Layer Flow = (Reynolds Number for Boundary Layer Flow*Viscosity of Fluid for Boundary Layer Flow)/(Fluid Density for Boundary Layer Flow*Length of Plate for Boundary Layer Flow)
Length of Plate for Reynold Number
Length of Plate for Boundary Layer Flow = (Reynolds Number for Boundary Layer Flow*Viscosity of Fluid for Boundary Layer Flow)/(Fluid Density for Boundary Layer Flow*Freestream Velocity for Boundary Layer Flow)
Reynold Number at End of Plate
Reynolds Number for Boundary Layer Flow = (Fluid Density for Boundary Layer Flow*Freestream Velocity for Boundary Layer Flow*Length of Plate for Boundary Layer Flow)/Viscosity of Fluid for Boundary Layer Flow
Freestream Velocity for Local Drag Coefficient
Freestream Velocity for Boundary Layer Flow = sqrt(Shear Stress for Boundary Layer Flow/(1/2*Fluid Density for Boundary Layer Flow*Local Drag Coefficient for Boundary Layer))
Local Drag Coefficient for Shear Stress
Local Drag Coefficient for Boundary Layer = Shear Stress for Boundary Layer Flow/(1/2*Fluid Density for Boundary Layer Flow*Freestream Velocity for Boundary Layer Flow^2)
Shear Stress for Local Drag Coefficient
Shear Stress for Boundary Layer Flow = 1/2*Local Drag Coefficient for Boundary Layer*Fluid Density for Boundary Layer Flow*Freestream Velocity for Boundary Layer Flow^2
Thickness of Boundary Layer for Blasius's Solution
Thickness of Boundary Layer = (4.91*Distance Leading Edge for Boundary Layer Flow)/(sqrt(Reynolds Number for Boundary Layer Flow))
Thickness of Boundary Layer
Thickness of Boundary Layer = (5.48*Distance Leading Edge for Boundary Layer Flow)/(sqrt(Reynolds Number for Boundary Layer Flow))
Distance Leading Edge for Boundary Layer Flow = Thickness of Boundary Layer*(sqrt(Reynolds Number for Boundary Layer Flow))/5.48
Distance from Leading Edge for Blasius's Solution
Distance Leading Edge for Boundary Layer Flow = Thickness of Boundary Layer*sqrt(Reynolds Number for Boundary Layer Flow)/4.91
Coefficient of Drag for Blasius's Solution
Coefficient of Drag for Boundary Layer Flow = 1.328/(sqrt(Reynolds Number for Boundary Layer Flow))
Coefficient of Drag for Reynold Number
Coefficient of Drag for Boundary Layer Flow = 1.46/sqrt(Reynolds Number for Boundary Layer Flow)
Reynold Number for Drag Coefficient in Blasius's Solution
Reynolds Number for Boundary Layer Flow = (1.328/Coefficient of Drag for Boundary Layer Flow)^2

## Coefficient of Drag for Reynold Number Formula

Coefficient of Drag for Boundary Layer Flow = 1.46/sqrt(Reynolds Number for Boundary Layer Flow)
CD = 1.46/sqrt(Re)

## How drag is created in boundary layer?

In most situations, it is inevitable that the boundary layer becomes detached from a solid body. This boundary layer separation results in a large increase in the drag on the body.

## What is drag coefficient in fluid mechanics?

In fluid dynamics, the drag coefficient is a dimensionless quantity that is used to quantify the drag or resistance of an object in a fluid environment, such as air or water.

## How to Calculate Coefficient of Drag for Reynold Number?

Coefficient of Drag for Reynold Number calculator uses Coefficient of Drag for Boundary Layer Flow = 1.46/sqrt(Reynolds Number for Boundary Layer Flow) to calculate the Coefficient of Drag for Boundary Layer Flow, The Coefficient of drag for Reynold number is defined as the ratio of a constant value to the square root of the Reynolds number at the plate. Coefficient of Drag for Boundary Layer Flow is denoted by CD symbol.

How to calculate Coefficient of Drag for Reynold Number using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Coefficient of Drag for Reynold Number, enter Reynolds Number for Boundary Layer Flow (Re) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Coefficient of Drag for Reynold Number calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.00377 = 1.46/sqrt(150000).

### FAQ

What is Coefficient of Drag for Reynold Number?
The Coefficient of drag for Reynold number is defined as the ratio of a constant value to the square root of the Reynolds number at the plate and is represented as CD = 1.46/sqrt(Re) or Coefficient of Drag for Boundary Layer Flow = 1.46/sqrt(Reynolds Number for Boundary Layer Flow). Reynolds Number for boundary layer flow is the ratio of inertial forces to viscous forces within a fluid which is subjected to relative internal movement due to different fluid velocities.
How to calculate Coefficient of Drag for Reynold Number?
The Coefficient of drag for Reynold number is defined as the ratio of a constant value to the square root of the Reynolds number at the plate is calculated using Coefficient of Drag for Boundary Layer Flow = 1.46/sqrt(Reynolds Number for Boundary Layer Flow). To calculate Coefficient of Drag for Reynold Number, you need Reynolds Number for Boundary Layer Flow (Re). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Reynolds Number for Boundary Layer Flow and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Coefficient of Drag for Boundary Layer Flow?
In this formula, Coefficient of Drag for Boundary Layer Flow uses Reynolds Number for Boundary Layer Flow. We can use 2 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
• Coefficient of Drag for Boundary Layer Flow = Drag Force on Boundary Layer Flow Plate/(1/2*Fluid Density for Boundary Layer Flow*Area of Surface for Boundary Layer Flow*Freestream Velocity for Boundary Layer Flow^2)
• Coefficient of Drag for Boundary Layer Flow = 1.328/(sqrt(Reynolds Number for Boundary Layer Flow))
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