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Title: Numerična analiza aerodinamike več zaporedno avtonomno vozečih vozil : diplomsko delo Skledar, Simon (Author)Zadravec, Matej (Mentor) More about this mentor... Iljaž, Jurij (Co-mentor) UN_Skledar_Simon_2019.pdf (1,70 MB)MD5: DBD877A6870649E8216C67778625D8ED Slovenian Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11) 2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis FS - Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Tema diplomskega dela je numerična simulacija tokovnih razmer za dvema ali več vozečima avtonomnima avtomobiloma, ki se vozijo eden za drugim, s ciljem zmanjšanja sile upora. Simulacija je bila narejena pri varnostni razdalji 10,9 m med vozili in hitrosti vožnje 100 km/h. Na podlagi dobljenih rezultatov sem izračunal koeficient upora in vzgona. Ugotovil sem, da vožnja v zavetrju zniža silo upora in tako pripomore k znižanju porabe ter izpustu škodljivih emisij. numerična analiza, računalniška dinamika tekočin, avtonomna vozila, samovozeča vozila, aerodinamika 2019 Maribor [S. Skledar] XI, 37 f. Maribor 519.6:533.6.01(043.2) 23011094 URN:SI:UM:DK:QJPIQKLJ 317 45 KTFMB - FS

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License: CC BY 4.0, Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ This is the standard Creative Commons license that gives others maximum freedom to do what they want with the work as long as they credit the author. 05.09.2019

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Language: English Numerical analysis of aerodynamics of several consecutive autonomous driving vehicles The theme of this bachelor's thesis is numerical simulation of flow conditions behind autonomous cars driving in so-called platoon, or convoy, with goal to reduce drag force. Simulation was made on safety distance of 10.9 m between the cars at driving speed of 100 kilometres per hour. Based on results, I calculated drag and lift coefficient. I found out, that drafting can significantly reduce drag force and it contributes to the reduction of gas consumption and release of harmful emissions. numerical analysis, computational fluid dynamics (CFD), aerodynamic, self-driving cars, autonomous cars