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Old 05-14-2006, 10:51 AM   #31
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You need to upload the image and it will creat a link for you with the image tags included. Good luck, I wanna see this design!

Let' s see now...




Forgot to write the triangular shape' s name. It is a splitter; you need 4 of them to mount BEFORE the wheels...
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hehe, neat design! Thanks
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Old 05-14-2006, 09:21 PM   #33
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Thank you

Very kind of you. Actually these are sloppy computer sketches. I will make a detailed design and submit it asap. I will also give you folks the dynamics calculations when I am done with them...
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Old 05-17-2006, 12:47 PM   #34
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My der-rrreeam car

Wanna turn my babe into this :

(All parts made of lightweight polyester)

Whaddya say ??

Please see the air dam and rear wheel spoiler and rear roof spoiler in detail. The wortex generators' angles etc. are calculated already. I of course will not be able to build this myself but will prepare the master from styrofoam...




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Old 05-17-2006, 04:11 PM   #35
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nice

Will you have the car slammed like that? I like the cannards at the rear wheels. Do you have a undertray design also?

Everything is good, except you need to have the mudflaps taken off if possible.
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Will you have the car slammed like that? I like the cannards at the rear wheels. Do you have a undertray design also?

Everything is good, except you need to have the mudflaps taken off if possible.

You bet I will...

Well the undertray will have a discharge duct / chanellising system + vortex generators at strategic locations to discharge the flow to the backend and sides wherever needed.
(I work at an airline co. and I have an abundance of aerodynamics and aeronautical engineers around me who are craving to tell about their knowledge...)

I will of course strip all the mudflaps.
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Will you have the car slammed like that? I like the cannards at the rear wheels. Do you have a undertray design also?

Everything is good, except you need to have the mudflaps taken off if possible.

FURTHER :

This is the bellypan I have imagined so far. The channels you see are 3 to 5 cm' s high. (about 1,5 - 2 inches) This belly pan will be made of very thick polycarbonate and the channels will be cemented onto the pan. The black holes you see are access ports to the sump drain and the cold air filter intakes. I still have doubts about WAI) I plan to heat the fuel line and cool the air. (Hot volatile liquid entering cold air will vaporise much faster.)


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having the channels may help with downforce, hoever they wont be too beneficial for fuel economy.

also the angles you have on the front of the car infront of the wheels are of no value, it would be best to have the bumper get as close to the ground as it can in front of the wheels.
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downforce > aerodynamics

One more step towards a racecar. All you need now is a venturi!

Smoother the better for an aeropackage however. It does look good though. Having all those engineers salivate over your car must be a good feeling. Where is this company? I would take a trip out here for a few aero tips!
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One more step towards a racecar. All you need now is a venturi!

Smoother the better for an aeropackage however. It does look good though. Having all those engineers salivate over your car must be a good feeling. Where is this company? I would take a trip out here for a few aero tips!



I am the contracts manager for Turkish Airlines in Istanbul... You are always welcome... However, I can send you an abundance of info once I sort it all out... These guys give you a hu-uge bunch of figures and numbers which you cannot understand unless you are well into it...

BTW, tell me / show me with a sketch what a venturi on a car will look like and you got it comin '
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