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107SS2009

December 06, 2014 7:51 AM

F1 » Renault F1 has ‘huge job list’ for 2015


A final note, the FIA rules regarding the turbosupercharger says “the charge air compressor, the exhaust turbine and the MGU-H should all be on a common shaft. And finally, contrary to what many a self appointed media expert wrote the common shaft mentioned in the FIA rules does not allow for the MGU-H to be declutched from either the charge air compressor or the exhaust turbine, their un-expert expressed fair about things going BANG if something goes wrong with the turbosupercharger will be taken care of by the waist gate/pop-up valve and or cutting off supply current to the MGU-H.

107SS2009

December 06, 2014 7:39 AM

F1 » Renault F1 has ‘huge job list’ for 2015


The architecture the three different ICE engine manufactures on the grid are using/adapted . Mercedes, have placed their MGU-H in the ICE (engine) “V” open space with the exhaust turbine on the back outside of the block and the charge air compressor on the front outside of the block. This is termed as a split turbosupercharger. FERRARI, have placed (front to rear) their air-to-liquid intercooler, charge air compressor and MGU-H in the engine “V” open space with the exhaust turbine outside the back of the block. This is termed as a split turbosupercharger. Renault, have placed (front to rear) their MGU-H in the engine “V” open space with the charge air compressor and the exhaust turbine both outside the back of the engine block. This is termed as a combined turbosupercharger.

107SS2009

December 06, 2014 6:59 AM

F1 » Renault F1 has ‘huge job list’ for 2015


Although 24 hours too late I would like to join my friends on this subject with some personal observations on what have been said. First one goes to Goldie, Do not base any of your opinion on the Honda PU picture/ rendering, put out by Honda as shown, all three manufacturers did that before them and they mislead everybody re their components layout. No one is going to help anybody understand their chosen layout. Secondly and this is for all my friends on this forum lets please call the turbocharger as used in F1 A TURBOSUPERCHARGER which is the proper term to describe this piece of equipment. This is because of what differentiates a turbocharger from a supercharger is the way they are driven, which in this case both systems of drive (the way the one used in F1) uses both systems of drive, (exhaust and mechanical).

107SS2009

December 06, 2014 8:48 AM

F1 » Renault F1 has ‘huge job list’ for 2015


Golde, now for some comments about “the perceived by the media experts” “gearbox thermal” stress and as to why the gearbox of both FERRARI and Renault was moved further back than the Mercedes installation. Thermal stress, all three have the exhaust turbine on the back and outside of the engine block above the gearbox bell housing. All three use a V6 engine and an eight speed gearbox. The FERRARI and Renault power unites are not longer than the Mercedes. The oil tank of the Mercedes was placed in front of the engine while the oil tank of the FERRARI and Renault is placed inside the bell housing. The fact is that the FERRARI and Renault engines are place more forward then the Mercedes while the gearbox of both the FERRARI and Renault sites further back than the Mercedes box.

107SS2009

December 05, 2014 12:09 PM

F1 » McLaren fails to reach driver decision


That the mclaren shareholders knives were being made at the ready I said so on here about four weeks ago when I touched upon the problems between Dennis and Ojjah, I also said that there was a possibility of Dennis being thrown out for the second time. Dennis was not looking for sponsorship in Denmark he was looking for something like 300m in Denmark to enable him to buy back at least 60% shares, in Denmark there are many big companies apart from Lego, some of which are amongst the biggest in Europe if not in the world.


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