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Bit of headfuck at first but got all the theoretical info you need to build your models. Chas04-12-2006, 04:28 PMLike Tom said, I'm happy to report that we may have too much cooling this year (better than not enough). jonno10-27-2004, 05:49 PMDave, I don't like to be blunt, but you're fundamentaly wrong somewhere: like i said, your engine needs to be in the region of 300bhp to necessitate that kind of heat rejection, and as beaver guy said is your airside delta T 320 degrees (i.e. Email Address: OR Log-in User Name Password Remember Me? Human Verification In order to verify that you are a human and not a spam bot, please enter the answer into the following box below based on the instructions contained in the graphic. The XX radiator is $500 from a dealer, and the RR radiator is $600. MacV12-14-2006, 08:38 PMJonathan: I am an alumnus of the Mercer FSAE team from 1997 and would like to know the status of your current team.

 

Today 04:52 PM by AF4iK 0 newby Today 04:17 PM by Gareth Hawksworth 12 Tire Lettering Mod -. Not only does it maintain an even pressure distribution across the core, ensuring more efficient cooling, but also increases the air speed out of the rear of the radiator. Appearently Shah worked for GM and his books have more of an automotice slant on the information contained. Mark helpful . There may be some helpful equations in there for you.here is the link Ya.but how do u deal with the area since that what we're designing for? That looks like a post I originally made so I'm going to respond. Cp,c is simply the specific heat of the cold fluid, i.e. They look fairy dense but not really sure. So the judges must like something about it .

 

*** So it may sound reasonable but could be wrong. i used the NTU method to find out radiator effectiveness, the big problem (apart from whether theory is anything like reality!) is the mass flow rates, particularly airside, ie. It doesn't specifically state the type, but a good indication can be gained. This "daubery" guy seems to think so anyways. Unfortunately there's no other way to diagnose something than to dig into it's guts and watch them work. Note that passwords are case-sensitive.

 

Women only like sex sometimes, while many men will take sex any time of day. The water and fan flow rates are both reasonable numbers. 20 Report mmoo7114 answered about a year ago Where is the engine temp gauge located? Mark helpful . I do have a bend that is pretty tight, which could be killing the flow, but I don't know how much less flow. We were going to place it behind the drive and have a fan either pushing or pulling air over the radiator coils. So for the time being, aluminum radiators in general have more cooling per unit mass because more time and money has been spent developing them over the past 30 years than has been spent on developing copper/brass radiators. Visteon doesn't specify a total area, or very many properties about their fins other than fin height. Our shroud was manufactured from fiberglass. jjusb02-06-2006, 04:24 PMSingle pass radiators are not always better, but neither are single pass. 4bc16de163

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