How Does A Car Work?. Chris Paredis G.W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology. Learn More about Cars. The graphical material in this lecture is copied from www.howstuffworks.com You can find much additional information at this web-site.
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G.W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology
Use SI units! Torque in [Nm], velocity in [rad/s] and Power in [W]
If you need it, it will be provided to you as a Matlab function.
where n is the transmission ratio and subscript in refers to the shaft connected to the torque converter.
where n is the transmission ratio and subscript in refers to the shaft connected to the transmission.
where R is the radius of the wheel.
Crash TestingExamples of Other Models in Vehicle Design
Computational Fluid Dynamics