Fluid density and viscosity, Physics

The drag on a 30-ft long, vertical, 1.25-ft diameter pole subjected to a 30 mph air wind is to be determined with a model study. It is expected that the drag is a function of the pole length and diameter, the fluid density and viscosity. Laboratory model tests were performed in a high-speed water tunnel using a model pole having a length of 2 ft and a diameter of 1 in. Some model drag data are shown in the figure. Based on these data, predict the drag on the full-sized pole.

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