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Unformatted text preview: ourse page. Therefore the terminal velocity is Sphere 2 – using the same method as above with (same as sphere 1) Choose Check values with the figure and the terminal velocity is 3) The upward force, , on the Orion crew module (CM) is a function of: (a) Use Buckingham Pi theorem to show that the force coefficient depends on two nondimensional parameters, √ and The number of parameters, , representing the force coefficient is 6 and the number of principle dimensions, , is determined as follows J = 3 for the three dimensions: Therefore the number of Pi groups is parameters . Looking first at . Arbitrarily choose...
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