IMPACT OF FREIGHT TRANSPORTATION ON CD. JUÁREZ ENVIRONMENT AND REVIEW OF AERODYNAMIC DRAG REDUCTION DEVICES FOR HEAVY TRUCKS

Impacto del transporte de carga en el ambiente de Ciudad Juárez y revisión de dispositivos de reducción de carga aerodinámica para camiones pesados

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Shehret Tilvaldyev
Uzziel Caldiño Herrera
José Omar Dávalos Ramírez
Manuel Alejandro Lira Martínez

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En la actualidad, el estudio de como disminuir las emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero de todos los sectores, incluido el transporte es muy importante. El propósito de este trabajo es estudiar el impacto ambiental del transporte de carga en Cd. Juárez y revisar los dispositivos de reducción de arrastre aerodinámico para camiones pesados para tener un mayor entendimiento de que tecnologías o prácticas pueden ser implementadas en el transporte de carga para reducir el arrastre aerodinámico sin afectar el desempeño de los vehículos.

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