3.3 Calculate lift and drag forces and coefficients 1. Consider an aircraft wing the has an area of 500m. The aircraft is travelling at 200m/s through air that has a density of 0.8 kgm. The lift coefficient of the wing is 0.65. Calculate the lift force generated under these circumstances. 2 Engneeting 2021. All material produced in good faith. For issues with external content please contact the Engineering team Saipem Classification - General Use Fluid Mechanics Level 5 iLeam Engineering 2. A model wing is placed in a wind tunnel. The velocity of air in the tunnel is 50m/s with a density of 1.2kqm. The drag force generated is 6kN over an area of 7m. Calculate the drag coefficient of the wing.

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