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107SS2009

January 16, 2015 6:40 AM

F1 » FIA considering Honda engine concessions


Btr100, This morning on revisiting this thread my support/agreement to all you said was boosted no end regardless of the number of ball less red buttons having increased to 45, this boost was bolstered no end when reading the almost too simplistic (comparing) /the relationship to a very long driving journey (overland) with the subject at hand, also interesting was the comparing of “applies to applies” which after all left us with a “remaining problem” of the “FIA appeasing FERRARI” but conveniently forgetting that the real problem stemmed from the fact that Mercedes the team my friend was forced to migrate too by his fanatic LULUfanboyism at all cost didn’t wanted anybody to be given the chance to catch them-up, didn’t wanted any competition when they go racing. The only good that turned out from this friend of mine was a change from a “begging bowl” to a “begging bucket”. To all on here Don’t be hurt or insulted, just shore-up, from on my part I am always willing, ready and able, I r

107SS2009

January 16, 2015 8:13 AM

F1 » Bianchi crash could change Malaysia start time


Taipan:
JedPB67: I love how much he gets under your skin. This topic has nothing to do with Hamilton, like so many others, yet you always bring him up just to have a dig. It's hilariously childish.
I thought you meant Jose got under my skin! but you mean Lulu don't you? yeah yeah whatever.
That is the result of total fixation with Lulufanboyism man, jumping into the fray on a forum without properly following what’s being said.

107SS2009

January 15, 2015 6:24 PM

F1 » Ferrari: Engine development ‘first victory’


HRC, Yes your explanation is clear, and yes the cooler the air the more denser, the more denser the air the more power and with better resistance to knock, and yes the more power the more fuel consumed, regardless of the engine RPM or at what part of the maximum fuel flow permitted. Although Taipan once again got the full gist of my explaining the fuel rules (flow rate and fuel load against race distance) and so you would have had a chance to have read what he explained by now, without any offence intended I advice you to read ALL and not just a PART of what I wrote. A note, trace back what I wrote about charge air temperature out of compressor and acceptable charge air temperature into the cylinders. Do you or anybody reading us believe that any of the three PU’S are being run outside those temperatures parameters?. If anybody does he must be a BIG FAN OF HUGHES.

107SS2009

January 15, 2015 12:55 PM

F1 » Ferrari: Engine development ‘first victory’


Richard, “cooler air will provide more energy from the same amount of fuel as warm air”, the cooler air being denser than the warmer air will need more fuel to be injected, and so it will produce more power (you can’t have one without the other). Mercedes uses an old style exhaust (manifold) called “log exhaust. The two others uses the traditional racing “equal lengths” exhaust style. Both leads to the turbo exhaust turbine. This is an area of performance that is a trade-off, and the system opted for depends on where one wants to make gains.

107SS2009

January 15, 2015 12:28 PM

F1 » Ferrari: Engine development ‘first victory’


HRC, As I said “cooler air does not equal more power in this engine formula, does not apply to this fuel restricted formula, it isn’t the holly grail you are making it to be”. What I am saying can only be understood when the fuel rules are fully understood assuming you understands what constitutes the strongest combustion possible when using regular unleaded pump fuel. (Fuel rules) “Only 100kg of fuel for a race distance is allowed” and “A fuel flow rate of 100kg/h maximum at 10500rpm”. Do not forget that a race distance is much longer than one hour. Taipan seems to have got the gist of it all straight away, and as he said there is no rules limiting turbo boost or limiting maxpower RPM to 10500, the maximum they use, the fuel flow rate restriction takes care of both or better say dictates both.

107SS2009

January 14, 2015 9:49 PM

F1 » Ferrari: Engine development ‘first victory’


Richard, feel free too. Re the points/items you touched upon, Yes it’s the “correlation” between electric power and ICE power. However the compressor part of the turbo positioning have nothing to do with it as I have explained. You can have an amount of cooler air suitable in quantity and pressure to suite the fuel flow allowed, or you can have an amount of not so cool air suitable in quantity and pressure to suite the same amount of the same fuel flow allowed, the results will be the same. Where there is no fuel flow restriction the cooler and the higher the pressure gives the best results that is because the needed amount of fuel can be injected to suite. Pumping more air into the cylinders without being able to inject the right amount of fuel will just lean-up (weaken) the combustion.


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