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spaghettieddie

November 20, 2012 8:02 PM
Last Edited 671 days ago

F1 » Red Bull success justifies Renault call


"Despite its reputation, liquid nitrogen's efficiency as a coolant is limited by the fact that it boils immediately on contact with a warmer object, enveloping the object in insulating nitrogen gas." Just answered my own question I think! @Richard Do you know of that show...Wheeler Dealers? They call it that here in the states. Two blokes that buy cars..then fix and sell them. Tall guy named Ed and a stocky dude named Mike?

spaghettieddie

November 20, 2012 7:59 PM
Last Edited 671 days ago

F1 » Red Bull success justifies Renault call


@Sunny "Overheating is the problem, we use various suppliers for the sub internals but we build the alternator so we are responsible for the integrity of the part (Rob White)." We??????? So....you work for Renault Sunny? And while I am at it...could liquid nitrogen be used in some way to cool the alternator? Just a thought. Ed Ok got it...You did not use quotes but did credit Rob White...my bad! :o


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