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Drag Coefficient on Right Angled Isosceles Triangle


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I had a look round and I can't find anything definitive.

I always used to find the GRC a great resource, but its become a nightmare to navigate...this may be a start... https://www.grc.nasa.gov/www/k-12/airplane/shaped.html

I would suggest it's a hybrid.  On a flat plate, you have the face effects, and then the vortices draging against the back.  This will have a "resolved face effect" and the same rear vortices. You may be able to find a reasonable facsimile by combining the two..?

Good luck!

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