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Herts Student

Dissertation Question

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Good afternoon.

I am in my final year studying Automotive Engineering at the University of Hertfordshire, I am producing a report looking into the aerdynamic effects of various Police light bars.

In the introduction I am planning to state how even the most minute of reductions in drag from them will reduce emissions given the milage an average light bar equipped vehicle covers multiplyed by the number of police vehicles there are with light bars attached.

I have tried searching the net but cannot find either of these valuesould greatly appreciate any help on those numbers as well as your name in order to reference.

Thanks for your help.

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Interesting prospect... Whilst you are at it, can you ask them why the bl**dy things whistle in the wind... (After all we are normally used to p***ing into it)


I reckon there must be savings to be made, but in pure economic terms I think any fuel cost savings will be outstripped by shopping about for better quality / cheaper vehicles / kit.

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