Jib aerodynamic coefficients (calculation)

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Mainsail aerodynamic coefficients (calculation)

A mainsail is a sail with the luff attached to the mainmast. The mainmast is the only mast in a una rig, sloop rig, or cutter rig, the fore mast in a ketch rig or yawl rig, or the aft mast in a schooner rig.

Genoa aerodynamic coefficients (calculation)

A headsail is a sail set forward of the mast, or of the foremast mast if there is more than one mast, where the measurement between the half luff point and the half leech point, known as mid width, is less than 75% of the foot length.

Headsails “Set Flying” aerodynamic coefficients (calculation)

A headsail is a sail set forward of the mast. Headsails may be set on the forestay or set flying, i.e., with no sail edge attached to the forestay. With this template, you can calculate the aerodynamic coefficients of flying headsails as determined by the Offshore Racing Congress (ORC).

Unswept Wings: lift and induced drag coefficients (calculation)

Calculation template How does it work? This calculation template uses Prandtl’s classical Lifting-line Theory. All the results are available for angles of attack from 0…

Unswept Wings: coefficients and forces (calculation)

Calculation template How does it work? This calculation template uses Prandtl’s classical Lifting-line Theory. All the results are available for angles of attack from 0…

Unswept Wings: coefficients, forces, circulation, lift per unit span, and downwash (calculation)

Calculation template How does it work? This calculation template uses Prandtl’s classical Lifting-line Theory. All the results are available for angles of attack from 0…