Crash.Net User: RSMick

Comments rating: 976
Position in rating: 123

Show Comments on:

RSMick

September 02, 2014 10:23 AM
Last Edited 17 days ago

MotoGP » Marquez unapologetic over 'aggressive' Lorenzo pass


but as with the Pedrosa crash you mentioned the processor could not do its calculations in time to stop him launching into orbit (IT COULD NOT CALCULATE AS THE SPEED SENSOR HAD BEEN KNOCKED OFF BY MARQUEZ, AND HONDA HADN'T BUILT IN A RULE 101 SAFETY MODE OR A BACKUP)
You really have lost it, As I said outside of the set parameters, took half a second to work out it wasn't there by which time Danny was flying. They have now fitted a bi-polar proximity a guard, and different check software (more and slower), so a probably a redundancy system in a spec ECU. Again the clue is in the word its an AID.

RSMick

September 02, 2014 10:53 AM
Last Edited 19 days ago

MotoGP » Marquez unapologetic over 'aggressive' Lorenzo pass


Talentfan: The system didn't go out of parameters Mick - it wasn't set up for that eventuality - there was a hole in their system (evidenced by their mods).
Hahahaha
Talentfan: Why no Safety reduced power mode the moment the wheel speed sensor stopped sending then? That would have kept Dani on board and safe - instead he got full throttle and pinged off.
If you cut the power the instant the sensor misses a pulse you are likely to be cutting the power all the time (this would still take around 20ms). What likely happened that he opened the throttle the system granted his request but thought the wheel wasn't turning fast enough so allowed more power, until after a few checks (and loops) switched the power off totally tyre gripped and bang, your highside.

RSMick

September 01, 2014 9:01 PM

WSBK » WSBK to resume with 24 entries


Spinach: Probably because they see Dorna killing off WSBK (headlights, two classes within a race, really?)
Flamini bros as IMS added the headlights not Dorna, it was their response to Ipollito's request to control the series as it was getting too close to Motogp. The series has been on its knees for many years, people have just been blinkered and lied to, no one gives away 93% (twice) of a highly successful series and business. As soon as it was looked into and found to be hemorrhaging cash from the now parent company ISM, things had to change.

RSMick

September 02, 2014 8:11 AM
Last Edited 19 days ago

MotoGP » Marquez unapologetic over 'aggressive' Lorenzo pass


TalentFan: The hard bit is NOT turning your hand 90 degrees. If you'd ever experienced a power slide you'd know that closing the throttle fully is THE way to ensure you'd get pinged to the moon. It needs to be backed off just enough to control the slide and bring it gently back into line. And electronics processes faster and with the right amount faster and more consistently than humans. Also, the rare highsides we get now are off a closed throttle, not on the power.
What has that got to do with the topic we were on and my questions? You and professorX (PCXMAC) need to read up on software, as again how long does it take to scan 1 loop of a processor doing all the code that the system has to do? How long do you think the brain scans at height of adrenalin which is able to control more things at once than just the back wheel? When you hear an engine cut off in the corner (you won't as you don't watch therefore listen) that is no TC

RSMick

September 02, 2014 10:10 AM
Last Edited 19 days ago

MotoGP » Marquez unapologetic over 'aggressive' Lorenzo pass


Talentfan, the conversation originally was about what happens on the way out of a corner, not highside, I mentioned that just to say it still happens with all that trickery. Lie I said when you hear an engine shut off for a brief second thats the rider or a fault, when you hear it misfiring or burbling thats the TC. I have highsided only twice and I and every other bike rider in the universe knows why it happens, when it does my brain is reacting quicker than anything on the bike and shutting the throttle (defense mode, adrenalin and panic as a mere mortal).

Electronics and TC are CONSISTENT
EXACTLY, if everything happens within the set of parameters, outside of these its lost, so the riders brain needs to take over, some are better and faster at dealing with it than others.
therefore CAN do what I cannot
Thats why you are not riding Motogp bikes and Marquez is very, very good at it. There is only so much data you can pack into

RSMick

September 02, 2014 9:45 AM
Last Edited 19 days ago

MotoGP » Marquez unapologetic over 'aggressive' Lorenzo pass


TalentFan: How about YOU answering one of mine? Which is: If the ECU is as ineffective as you claim, and its not actually assisting the riders, then why is electronic rider aids sucha big area of spending and development?
It is assisting the riders to get to the flag, they don't use that much in practice, its 2 main functions are safety and efficiency. If they didn't have it those bikes would not make it on the fuel available to the end of the race, and do more physical damage to rider, tyres and engine. All of these aspects useful to road car and motorcycle. Wheelspin is wasted fuel, and they still do it, but as with the Pedrosa crash you mentioned the processor could not do its calculations in time to stop him launching into orbit.

RSMick

September 02, 2014 9:38 AM

MotoGP » Marquez unapologetic over 'aggressive' Lorenzo pass


Your eyes scan around 5ms (200hz) so a 2ms refresh rate of a screen is pretty much watsted, your brain faster, think what happens when you have an accident and why it all seems slow motion. The revs on a Motogp bike are around 16k. Off the shelf controllers do what you say, but how fast are they updating. I program all sorts of things do from a complete production line to a simple hoist, but scan times are important, you would never notice that because its important in the way its programmed. If a computer can act faster than a brain (now yours maybe) and the human body, why does Asimo keep falling over when he is only asked to do a few tasks at one time?

RSMick

September 02, 2014 9:11 AM
Last Edited 19 days ago

MotoGP » Marquez unapologetic over 'aggressive' Lorenzo pass


So IF the software was concentrating on counting a pulse what would be the minimum speed that the processor would need to scan at (loop) just to do that? Bear in mind its around 16k And again how quick do you think the ECU scans (loops) at?

Daftlad: This is the unfortunate reality Mick. You try hard to deny it, and yes this truth is not what most fans want to accept. Time to face reality.
Brilliant, time to stop quoting everything else and answer the question

RSMick

September 02, 2014 8:32 AM

MotoGP » Marquez unapologetic over 'aggressive' Lorenzo pass


ProfessorX: actually RSMick, Adrenaline makes it easier to think :) You are not really panicking, you just are kind of DOING IT. There is no what if, only Master Yoda. Bullet time, is another way of thinking about it, almost always though that effect is on recall, but your state of mind during is quite clear, at least mine was last time I slung both wheels laterally. wikipedia friction RSMick. You might learn something.
Haha, now thats a wikipedia way of putting it, no one said anything about panicking did they? Think what you wrote, and why I asked how quick does it take to turn the wrist 90deg at that point.


Page 13 of 147
« 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18  »

Although the administrators and moderators of this website will attempt to keep all objectionable comments off these pages, it is impossible for us to review all messages. All messages express the views of the poster, and neither Crash Media Group nor Crash.Net will be held responsible for the content of any message. We do not vouch for or warrant the accuracy, completeness or usefulness of any message, and are not responsible for the contents of any message. If you find a message objectionable, please contact us and inform us of the problem or use the [report] function next to the offending post. Any message that does not conform with the policy of this service can be edited or removed with immediate effect.

© 1999 - 2014 Crash Media Group

The total or partial reproduction of text, photographs or illustrations is not permitted in any form.