OGAB® Advanced TRS®
Utilising patented Active Flow Control technology, Ogab® has developed a breakthrough system that reduces aerodynamic drag force on trains, road and track vehicles guaranteed.
The Future Of Transport Is Here
We Can Reduce Drag Force Of Any Road Vehicle By 10% Guaranteed.
Cutting through the air with our patented invisible air splitter.
Example of air knife used as an air splitter.
Cutting edge technology to make the automotive
industry more environmentally friendly.
We understand the effects of drag force
to get the most from your vehicle.
Cd x Frontal Area x Density of Air x Speed Squared
When calculating drag force, speed is clearly an important part of the equation. At stop-and-go speeds, drag isn’t a big deal, but the faster you go, the more it matters. At 70 mph, you’ve got four times the force working against your vehicle than you have at 35 mph.
Distribution of Power Consumption at Various Speeds
The table below indicates the percentage ratios of the key factors that impact a vehicles power consumption at given speeds. These are attributed to two specific consumptive causes which are; aerodynamic losses (drag force) and direct power demand from the engine to propel the vehicle forward (rolling and accessories).
As you can see, at speeds of 60 mph and above less than 40% of power consumption is attributed to propelling the vehicle, meaning drag force plays a hugely significant role in the amount of power the vehicle consumes to maintain that speed (62% at 60 mph). Furthermore, at 70 mph, 70% of power consumption is attributed to aerodynamic losses with just 30% attributed to rolling and accessories.
At Ogab®, by reducing the effects of drag force, we can make the same car with the same engine go further and faster with less fuel, better performance, increased reliability and a significant reduction in harmful emissions.
Making diesel, petrol and hybrid vehicles go further…much, much further.