Ya I get it, google is my friend. ok bye. Thanks for no information.

I will give you a simplified equation.

\[ Speed*Weight = (x* (ScaledSpeed)^y *(ScaledSpeed)^z ) \]

Now, that should work for specific case appropriate values of x, y, and z.

However, finding those values is not simple, and, while you may want an easy to calculate equation with simple straightforward variables and constants, that does not mean that one exists.

When you ask a question and reject quite helpful answers from people whose knowledge of the subject is vastly larger than your own because the answers are too complex or time consuming for you, perhaps you should consider that the question does not have a simple shortcut to get the correct answer, rather than acting as if those who are trying to help you are withholding the secret simple answer for unknown nefarious reasons.

I would like a simple equation to explain what results from combining carbon, oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogen. It sounds simple, but getting a Phd in organic chemistry, reading thousands of books, and a lifetime of research would only get me a partial answer. The simple equation doesn't exist.

Read pages 3-6 of this link on dynamic scaling, already posted by Aerowerx. You can skip all the math, but it should give you an idea of what goes into getting the answer you want.

If you still think that there is a simpler answer, it's sitting at the top of this post. Good luck figuring out x, y, and z for your particular project for a particular flight condition. The equations in the linked paper are easier, and would probably be needed to find those values.