I have the density (ρ) of the particles and the fluid, as well as the complete dimensions of the non-spherical particles. I know the Force of drag (F) and the Coefficient of drag (C). But how do you get the Reynolds number from this? I can't use Stokes' equations because they only apply to spheres.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Calculating the Reynolds Number (Re) for a non-spherical object?

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