shelly wrote:@ivan: for legality you can also check on the fia website , you can download the complete technical regulation (it could be a good exercise for your english also)
1) nothing can be in contact with the ground except for the wheels
2) if I am not mistaken, the fornt wing must have a centeal madated section and beyiond that the only thing the rules require is the wing to be contained in a box of assigned dimensions
MarkedOne8 wrote:Even if it doesn't touch the ground, that would be illegal because:
3.7.1 All bodywork situated forward of a point lying 330mm behind the front wheel centre line, and more than 250mm from the car centre line, must be no less than 75mm and no more than 275mm above the
Suspenssion is very close to front wheel centre line when viewed from side.So to be honest, no chance for you idea but as long as you have more and more ideas it is good.
About my work.I started setting up regulation boxe in Inventor.I'll try to avoid installing and using SketchUp as long as I can.I think Inventor is good, but it takes some times to adapt.
I'll also try SolidWorks just to compare.
Ferrari_Ivan wrote:hello guys. I have a doubt.
hello guys. I have a doubt.
as is known, the speed is inversely proportional to the pressure. F1, on the wings, where the air is faster there is less pressure. where there is more pressure is slower.
Speed + -> - Pressure
- Speed -> + pressure
is that correct?
my question is: in the wings and the concept of Chapman's ground effect, increases the speed of the air under the profiles to get downforce.
but if it slows the air over the profiles, can I get downforce?
Ferrari_Ivan wrote:ok. now the picture is clearer! is a good idea. the first photo looked like the wings were inside the wing.
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