gilgen wrote:[I doubt that Renault need to improve reliability, as their engine is almost totally reliable.
Mandrake wrote:gilgen wrote:[I doubt that Renault need to improve reliability, as their engine is almost totally reliable.
. It's as if the FIA would ban something for Ferrari resulting in reduced engine cooling....
Strangely, this winter there is so much paranoia and gloating....those who want the RB8 to fail post apocalyptical things about exhaust blowing etc.....those who want macca to lose claim their nose concept is conceptually just soo wrong....and Merc is either a WDC car or the dog of the year again.
Can't we stay rational without panicking and finger-pointing?
Mr.G wrote:As i understand this, they need to use illegal opening of throttle valve to achieve the required bolwing efect.
Mr.G wrote:Fredy4 wrote:The sport is all about using loopholes to be faster and this is no different.
Is this only loop hole, or it is cheating? As i understand this, they need to use illegal opening of throttle valve to achieve the required bolwing efect. I'm not sure if I get it right, but this wasn't capable to monitor, so they (FIA) wan't to update the ECU software to be capable to chceck if everithing is allright.
If I understand it right this is from my point of wiev cheating not loop hole as there are regulations for the opening of throttle valve.
But maybe I understand it wrong. So corect me.
Crucial_Xtreme wrote:hardingfv32 wrote:I wish to research what happens to the exhaust plume when it enters the atmosphere. What thermodynamic or aerodynamic word descriptions could be used to describe this activity? Using simple descriptions is getting me nothing.
When an exhaust jet exits into a cross-stream, the jet almost behaves like a deformable solid.
Search for this paper--> Aerodynamic effectiveness of the flow of exhaust gases in a generic formula one car configuration
by F.L.Parra and K.Kontis in 2006
n smikle wrote:...as you can see buy the number of temperature stickers it is very diffuse.
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