F1_eng wrote:Was that a mental breakdown?
Perhaps, the stupidity of the modern world does this.
I think you are a bit angry about formula 1 because it has left you behind in terms of what is required.
So what is required? Hmmmm, difficult one that.
"F1 only uses supplied engines as a bolt on part. Bit like shopping at Sainsbury"
The engines don't just appear from the sky, they have to be designed and developed.
You dont say, so how long ago did this happen?
I'm not with you in regards to "developing F1 engines in the real world"?
Also another reference to computers, they only do what they are told, humans can do exactly the same but it would take a lot longer.
Hmmm, no achievment there then.
I'm not sure what you want to achieve, but wether working in F1 aero is a high enough achievement is a completely personal oppinion.
I have little interest in F1 aero, it is a closed loop.
I'm sure none of teams want you to drive their cars either.
F1_eng wrote:Why on earth would you want a dyno in the paddock?
We measure engine power very very accurately every millisecond of every lap the cars are running, I assume you know how we do this?
xpensive wrote:I read about this Swedish engineer, who ha made a very promising invention based on the Carnot-process,
where he xtracted energy from the induction air while cooling it, whereafter he recycled the same energy
as power to propel the vehicle.
Would such an intercooler be banned in F1?
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