Best I can do...johnny comelately wrote: ↑Mon Jul 11, 2022 10:08 pmThe original video from chrono looks to be speculation as to the MHUH/turbo config, here is another speculate (SCREEN CAPTURE)
Or it could be the original config with the split the evo.
Someone kindly translated the original video, maybe someone could again.??
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Ferrari leaves Austria with another success this time of Leclerc but unfortunately also another failure of the 0 60 67 engine moreover its the third of the season after the grand prix of Spain and after Barco comes another engine failure this time on the single-seater of Sainz and its important to figure out what happened at the red bull ring circuit.
A detailed technical analysis on both the performance front that is growing and we will do that later but immediately we start putting our nose in Ferrari's reliability problems that are affecting the season for this we use our imagination augmented by the cross-section of the 0 60 67 engine.
The Ferrari today is paying the problems of a shift of the mgh from the front to the turbo compound to the middle part in the turbo split configuration.
This configuration has caused the failure of the mgh system and the turbine, a technical condition that in fact is due to the fact that you are pushing very hard the supercharger. Ferrari today has used the absolute most advanced hybrid system with the most aggressive strategies to make the most of the electric potential in regeneration of 162 horses to enjoy a continuous but above all maximum power particularly and it is precisely with the service of crohn agp that we try to understand the technical value of the engine but also the reliability problems that must be overcome in order to aim for the top of the ranking and then to victory.
The failure of the engine of Sainz in Austria as for Leclerc in Spain is again attributable to the hybrid and supercharging part of a radically different nature than in Baku where ???? valves and Ferrari cylinder head this year pays the price of the new arrangement of mguh inside the v of the engine in the middle of the turbine and compressor but above all using very pushed mappings to gain power. Precisely this represents the main factor that causes the stress of the entire group of ??? causing its sudden breakage with no warning and happens all of a sudden a feasible double payment.
We must look at the negative aspects to prevent them from happening again the ars is conceived as a real dynamo. It either produces energy to recharge the battery or generates power by accelerating the turbo and increasing the supercharger. The factors that increase the stress of these components on the 0 60 67 engine are two fold. Induced by innovative strategies developed by Ferrari to increase energy regeneration the exhaust gas pressure on the turbo is raised by a factor that imparts acceleration to the mguh but in the face of increased stress of the impeller and the engine's electrical the mguh used to brake the thrust of the turbo allows for modulation of the turbocharging by refining torque delivery but the counter rotation of the electric motor that pushes in the opposite direction to the turbine is causing stresses on the electric motor.
The quantum leap in the power of the Ferrari power unit is largely attributable to the interactions between the hybrid and over power but at the same time and to date, the weak element that undermines reliability as already happened in Spain also in Austria to gain power in the race.
In the 0 60 67, the mgh is used in its most aggressive strategies by imparting strong accelerations to the turbine which is exposed to a greater pumping effect at very high and for prolonged periods On the performance side, power goes up as much as 20 to 30 horsepower but in counterpart by supercharging the valves the engine undergoes mechanical and thermal stresses that are very severe.
A use of the hybrid to support the increase in power therefore allows them to achieve truly remarkable results
through the mguh that plays today more than ever before an increasingly central role in the management of the Ferrari unit.