Cool Flow Dynamics: Improve Fuel
Efficiency on Trucks by 10%
Image (top) below shows rear of truck with plasma off.
The (bottom) image below shows a visible reduction of
drag when serpentine plasma is activated.
July 1, 2015

GAINESVILLE, Fla - Cool Flow Dynamics Inc. has released
the results of Phase 1 and Phase 2 testing of scaled trucks in
a wind tunnel environment at the University of Florida.  The
results at speeds varying between 30 - 70 mph showed
overall vehicle drag reductions of up to 14.77%.

The Department of Transportation estimates that a trailer
truck operating at 70 mph uses 65% of its fuel simply to
overcome drag.  By extrapolating the data from this
demonstration, a 14.77% reduction in overall drag would
equate to a fuel savings of just under 10%.  In economic
terms, the average long haul carrier truck would save between
$5,000 - $6,000 per year at current gas prices.

According to the CEO , "The results are great, and we still
have the opportunity to further reduce drag in other areas of
the vehicle." he stated. "It may be possible to double the
reduction by targeting other known areas of  drag along a
tractor trailer."
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