wesley123 wrote:it doesnt. What gilgen is trying to say is that the exhaust and it's position will draw air through the tunnel and help draw exhaust air out of the cooling hole.
While the effect is true, and was used in 2010 for the blown diffusers, I personally think the exhaust is too far away from the cooling exhaust and where this dirty air and air from the tunnel mix. So I dont think hte exhaust has much effect of drawing air through the tunnel
I don't think that's what gilgen was saying:
raymondu999 wrote:Tunnelled exhaust gases? They tunnelled EXHAUST gases? Are you sure?
. the coanda exhausts onto the rear floor and the airflow around the base of the sidepod, helps draw some hot gasses through the tunnels. Go back on photos of testing, and see where the heat sensors are placed.
The Red Bull does not (to my understanding) flow any exhaust gas through the tunnel (well, none intentionally anyway). Please correct me here if I'm wrong, but I thought the ramp fed the exhaust gases to the diffuser and the tunnel took air from the side pods to the starter motor?