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Old Nov 29, 2012, 05:53 PM
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The objective is to be able to show that the sum of the pressure gradient from centripetal acceleration is the dynamic pressure value at a point on the surface and of equal value to that from the Bernoulli equation from velocity relative to the wing.

If v^2/r can be shown to reduce to v^2/2 then calculating pressure by Bernoulli from velocity relative to the wing makes sense. Otherwise, since relative to the wing does not reflect the actual fluid accelerations, it makes no sense al all.
Now I understand what you're getting at. I think the attached .pdf may answer your question. Thanks for sticking with this, I learned a lot by working through this...
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