Dragan Sekulic

Visiting Researcher at Chalmers, Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Vehicle Engineering and Autonomous Systems

Dragan Sekulic is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Division of Vehicle Engineering and Autonomous Systems (VEAS). His postdoctoral work will be focusing on investigation of vehicle behavior when crossing a floating bridge. Bridge movement due to severe wind/waves will influence stability of vehicle and therefore efficient transportation. The focus is to define limits of safe use of the bridge and to express them in terms of environmental loads and vehicle parameters. The project is funded by the Norwegian Public Road Administration (NPRA).

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2019

Effect of floating bridge motion on vehicle ride comfort and road grip

Dragan Sekulic, Bengt J H Jacobson, Stian Johannesen Moe et al
Paper in proceedings

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2018–2020

Driving Comfort and Tracking Ability of Vehicles on Floating Bridges Moving due to Wind and Water Disturbances

Dragan Sekulic Vehicle Engineering and Autonomous Systems
Alexey Vdovin Vehicle Engineering and Autonomous Systems
Bengt J H Jacobson Vehicle Engineering and Autonomous Systems
Simone Sebben Vehicle Engineering and Autonomous Systems
Norwegian Public Roads Administration (NPRA)

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