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Old   November 30, 2020, 02:27
Default Website for car aerodynamic (CFD)
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Hi all,

I have created a website called carAero, which is all about aerodynamics analysis (CFD) of cars. I will gather all sort of car CAD models (your own model is welcome) and put them into test in virtual wind then the results will be analysed and discuss. Results across all types and brands of car can then be compared

The idea of this website started when I was an aerodynamicist in an EV startup. I found that very hard to find aerodynamics data and analysis report for cars. Even when there is one, it is most likely to be a super car or car that is not affordable to us.

The goal of this website is acted as a centralize aerodynamics database for cars.

Your like and support are very welcome.
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