It’s measured leaving the tank. Red Bull tried to argue, Australia 2014, that their, non regulated, measurements at the injectors were more accurate. They lost.Big Tea wrote: ↑Fri Oct 04, 2019 3:37 pm
Can I put an additional question here. Something that is not fully in my mind, but nagging at the boundaries and I dont know enough to solidify it.
It is actually a 2 part question of where is the fuel 'use' measured? Directly on leaving the tank? or as it enters the injection system? (or other) Is there any possible way the fuel can be used for anything other than being fed into the engine? That is, no way it can be catalsed or used in some chemical process to produce energy?
As the poster above (Phil), I am also 'fishing'
Your second point is, I think, handled here, I’ve bolded it:
5.10.3 All cars must be fitted with a single fuel flow sensor, wholly within the fuel tank, which has been manufactured by the FIA designated supplier to a specification determined by the FIA. This sensor may only be used as specified by the FIA. Furthermore, all fuel delivered to the power unit must pass through this homologated sensor, and must all be delivered to the combustion chambers by the fuel injectors described by Article 5.10.2.