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New 2012 Mercedes Benz Aerodynamics Truck and Trailer

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New 2012 Mercedes Benz Aerodynamics Truck and Trailer

Pickup truck aerodynamics

testing out and comparing a few ideas and models for making my pickup more efficient. made with "flow illustrator" gives a general idea, but isn't 100% accur...

Pickup truck aerodynamics
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Future Trucks (big rigs)

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Future Trucks big rigs
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Freightliner Cascadia Evolution Aerodynamics Development

By utilizing its state-of-the-art wind tunnel, the only OEM-owned and operated full-scale wind tunnel in North America, Freightliner Trucks is able to offer ...

Freightliner Cascadia Evolution Aerodynamics Development
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Tractor Trailer Aerodynamics in SolidWorks Flow Simulation

To satisfy my curiosity on the effectiveness of new aerodynamic additions to truck trailers, I've performed a virtual experiment using Flow Simulation. Do si...

Tractor Trailer Aerodynamics in SolidWorks Flow Simulation
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Pickup truck aerodynamics.

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Pickup truck aerodynamics
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Flow Visualization: Aerodynamics of Truck vs. Nascar

A video showing the flow of dye over and through a Nascar and Truck illustrating fluid mechanics and aerodynamics.

Flow Visualization Aerodynamics of Truck vs Nascar
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Smarter aerodynamics make big rigs more fuel efficient

The scientists at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory are testing new drag reduction devices that could one day make large trucks more aerodynamic. The ne...

Smarter aerodynamics make big rigs more fuel efficient
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2012 Mercedes-Benz Aerodynamics Truck & Trailer

2012 Mercedes-Benz Aerodynamics Truck Trailer

NASCAR Truck Aerodynamics

NASCAR Truck Aerodynamics
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History



In 1799, Sir George Cayley became the first person to identify the four aerodynamic forces of flight (weight, lift, drag, and thrust), as well as the relationships between them, outlining the work towards achieving heavier-than-air flight for the next century. In 1871, Francis Herbert Wenham constructed the first wind tunnel, allowing precise measurements of aerodynamic forces. Drag theories were developed by Jean le Rond d'Alembert, Gustav Kirchhoff, and Lord Rayleigh. In 1889, Charles Renard, a French aeronautical engineer, became the first person to reasonably predict the power needed for sustained flight. Otto Lilienthal, the first person to become highly successful with glider flights, was also the first to propose thin, curved airfoils that would produce high lift and low drag. Building on these developments as well as research carried out in their own wind tunnel, the Wright brothers flew the first powered aircraft on December 17, 1903.

During the time of the first flights, Frederick W. Lanchester, Martin Wilhelm Kutta, and Nikolai Zhukovsky independently created theories that connected circulation of a fluid flow to lift. Kutta and Zhukovsky went on to develop a two-dimensional wing theory. Expanding upon the work of Lanchester, Ludwig Prandtl is credited with developing the mathematics behind thin-airfoil and lifting-line theories as well as work with .

As aircraft speed increased, designers began to encounter challenges associated with air compressibility at…
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Aerodynamics Truck

First drive: 2015 honda fit

Sitting beside a rather large pick-up truck at a stoplight, I can only imagine the front grill and what it might do in a collision with the 2015 Honda Fit. You may be ... Outside mirrors have grown in size to provide a better view without sacrificing ...
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Here's what happened when i drove 900 miles in a fully-loaded u-haul

So we sat back, got out of the way, let them do their thing, and watched as they used up every nook and cranny of the moving truck, perfectly packaging all my goods with impressive, skillful care, until the end of the afternoon when they told us it was ...
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