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Battegazzore, Andrea (author)
Race cars use aerodynamic downforce to reduce the lap times by increasing grip. Diffusers, upswept ramps located at the rear of a vehicle, are often used to enhance downforce. This investigation proposes a novel LPT facility featuring HFSB, LED illumination, and high-speed cameras to characterize the flow inside automotive diffusers. An RC car,...
master thesis 2024
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Mahalingesh, Nikhil (author)
Aerodynamics plays a significant role in the field of cycling as it is the dominant resistive force at racing speeds of 50 km/h. Sporting events involving multiple cyclists leads to aerodynamic interactions between the cyclists and these interactions have been exploited for performance benefits. One such aerodynamic interaction is drafting,...
master thesis 2020
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Hirsch, Max (author)
The continuous pursuit of reducing drag in many speed sports, such as cycling and ice-skating, demands novel approaches to gain further insight into flow phenomena around athletes. In recent years, the Ring of Fire measurement technique has emerged as a feasible option to visualise and analyse flow structures of transiting objects based on...
master thesis 2018
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de Martino Norante, Luigi (author)
Aerodynamics investigations in speed sports generally consist of measurements of aerodynamic loads through wind tunnel experiments. Lately, a new technique has emerged, known as the Ring of Fire. It is the only drag measurement technique capable of retrieving flow field data on-site, by using Large-Scale PIV. In this Ring-of-Fire project a Low...
master thesis 2018
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