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Title: Numerična analiza aerodinamike dveh zaporedno vozečih vozil pri različnih medsebojnih razdaljah Pečnik, Tjaša (Author)Zadravec, Matej (Mentor) More about this mentor... Kotnik, Gregor (Co-mentor) UN_Pecnik_Tjasa_2019.pdf (2,31 MB) Slovenian Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11) 2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis FS - Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Tema diplomskega dela je numerična analiza vpliva medsebojne razdalje vožnje dveh zaporedno vozečih vozil ter ugotavljanje, kakšna razdalja je iz vidika aerodinamike najprimernejša. Analize so bile izvedene za dva enaka kombija, katera vozita s hitrostjo 80 km/h. Na podlagi dobljenih rezultatov so bili izračunani koeficienti upora, ki vplivajo na posamezne kombije. Ugotovljeno je bilo, da je pri teh določenih pogojih najprimernejša medsebojna razdalja treh dolžin vozila. numerična analiza, računalniška dinamika tekočin (RDT), aerodinamika, simulacija, koeficient upora 2019 Maribor URN:SI:UM:DK:CIOAXKI7 This work is available under this license: Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives 4.0 International 37 6 KTFMB - FS

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Language: English Numerical Analysis of the Aerodynamics of Two Consecutive Driving Vehicles at Different Inter-Driving Distances The topic of this bachelor thesis is a numerical analysis of the influence of inter-driving distances between two consecutive vehicles in motion, and the assessment of the most suitable inter-driving distance in relation to aerodynamics. Analyses were carried out on two identical vans, driven at the speed of 80 km/h. Based on the results, drag coefficients for each individual van were calculated. It was discovered that the optimal inter-driving distance for previously described conditions is the distance of three vehicle lengths numerical analysis, computational fluid dynamics (CFD), aerodynamics, simulation, drag coefficient