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Velocity profiles are measured at the upstream end (surface 1) and at the downstream end (surface 2) of a rectangular control volume, as shown in Fig.8. If the flow is incompressible, two dimensional, and steady, what is the drag coefficient for the airfoil? The vertical dimension H is 0.025c. The pressure is p∞ (a constant) over the entire surface of the control volume. (This problem is an extension of Problem 2.12.)

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14. Velocity profiles are measured at the upstream end (surface 1) and
at the downstream end (surface 2) of a rectangular control volume, as
shown in Fig.8. If the flow is incompressible, two dimensional, and
steady, what is the drag coefficient for the airfoil? The vertical
dimension H is 0.025c. The pressure is poo (a constant) over the entire
surface of the control volume. (This problem is an extension of
Problem 2.12.)
H = 0.025ci
1 = U. 1-0.5 COSM
A
Fig. 8.

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