# Project Brief: Select any passenger or F1 race car, collect data from the web information, Identify all the parameters to work out the speed of 0-100 KM/Hr in 7 seconds and 4 seconds for Passenger and...

Project Brief: Select any passenger or F1 race car, collect data from the web information, Identify all the parameters to work out the speed of 0-100 KM/Hr in 7 seconds and 4 seconds for Passenger and F1 race car respectively. You are designing a car to attain speed of 100 KM/Hr. Calculate the possible variable, write a report as outlined below. Apply principles of Kinematics and Kinetic of Particle and rigid body motion, list and calculate possible variable. Develop a report as mentioned below. Outline of Final Report The final written report should include the following: 1. A title page containing project and names of all group members. 2. A Table of Contents 3. An Abstract A single paragraph that describes the overall project and the results. 4. An Introduction Describe the overall problem and solving method. Include an outline of the rest of the report. 5. A section that describes the mechanical aspects of the project. Include figures that illustrate the project. Write appropriate mechanics equations used in your project. Calculate the Velocity, Acceleration, Work, Power, Energy, Impulse and Momentum. 6. A Conclusion 7. List of References 8. Appendices that contain all C code and any appropriate data sheets.
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Project Brief: Select any passenger or F1 race car, collect data from the web information, Identify all the parameters to work out the speed of 0-100 KM/Hr in 7 seconds and 4 seconds for Passenger and F1 race car respectively. You are designing a car to attain speed of 100 KM/Hr. Calculate the possible variable, write a report as outlined below. Apply principles of Kinematics and Kinetic of Particle and rigid body motion, list and calculate possible variable.Develop a report as mentioned below. Outline of Final ReportThe final written report should include the following:A title page containing project and names of all group members.A Table of ContentsAn AbstractA single paragraph that describes the overall project and the results.An IntroductionDescribe the overall problem and solving method.Include an outline of the rest of the report.A section that describes the mechanical aspects of the project.Include figures that illustrate the project.Write appropriate mechanics equations used in your project. Calculate the Velocity, Acceleration, Work, Power, Energy, Impulse and Momentum.A ConclusionList of ReferencesAppendices that contain all C code and any appropriate data sheets.

## Solution

David answered on Dec 20 2021
F1 Ca
5/28/2012
F1 race car | user
ABC F1 CAR

Abstract ......................................................................................................................................................... 3
Introduction .................................................................................................................................................. 4
Race Car Aerodynamics ................................................................................................................................ 6
Aerodynamics Tips .................................................................................................................................... 9
MECHANICAL ASPECTS OF RACING CAR :- ................................................................................................ 9
Abstract
This work is written to show the process of designing a F1 race car which can attain a
speed of 100Km/hr.
The first part is the introduction of the issue. It is written to describe the historical
ackground. This part gave the general sight for formulas and concepts of kinematics and kinetic
of particle and rigid body motion and expressed its problems during the process.
The second part is the main of project that includes all the concepts in detail. The beginning is
dedicated to describing the theories and relative concepts of kinematics. A complete analytical
designing of the desired F1 race car is described in this part.
Introduction
Basing on the earlier research, it was showed that a Formula 1 race car can attain very high speed
within some fractions of seconds. Apart from these, the report also seeks to analyze the available
literature in this field to identify the approaches which should be taken to implement effective
mechanical strategies internationally. This report also introduces the dimensions and the various
facers of the field of Kinematics and motion. While there are several theoretical prescriptions
that are available on the topic, not all can be implemented on account of difficulties in their
practical implementation.
The provided specification requires a high initial acceleration. The calculations further show the
need of required acceleration
100 kmph = 5/18*100 = 27.78 m/sec
As we know
V = u + at
V = 0 + a*7 , it gives a = 3.96 m/sec^2
To achieve this acceleration, the technical specifications to be used can be explained as:
a. Power to weight ratio:- This ratio is also named as specific power or say power to mass
atio. It is a calculation done for the engines for the reason to compare the designs with
each other. This can be assumed as the actual measurement of the performance.
In the machines generally the power is given by
On the other hand the instantaneous power is given by
In our case v = 100 kmph , t = 7 seconds
We get the power to weight ratio = 0.93 k W/kg or 1,250 hp/t
. KERS [ Kinetic Energy Recovery System ] :- There are such systems which primarily
ecover the loss of the kinetic energy during the
eaking process. That energy is stored
in some other form of power and later given to the engine which boosts up the
acceleration again. This is termed as boost acceleration. The general assessment for 35...
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