Drag coefficients of variously shaped solid particles, drops, and bubbles

@article{Kelbaliyev2011DragCO,
  title={Drag coefficients of variously shaped solid particles, drops, and bubbles},
  author={Gudret Kelbaliyev},
  journal={Theoretical Foundations of Chemical Engineering},
  year={2011},
  volume={45},
  pages={248-266}
}
This article, which is largely a review, deals with the drag force and drag coefficient for rigid spherical and deformable particles in ordinary and non-Newtonian fluids. The most important theoretical formulas for small Reynolds numbers of Re ≪ 1 and semiempirical formulas for the drag coefficient in a wide Re range up to 106 are presented. The deformation of drops and bubbles and its effect on the drag coefficient are considered. 

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