Revving engines, smoking tires, and high speeds. Car racing enthusiasts and race drivers alike know the thrill of competition, the push to perform better, and the agony - and dangers - of bad decisions. This title explains just what's going on during any race, why, and how a driver can improve control and ultimately win.In the limit where the time interval is infinitesimally small, we have what we defined as the instantaneous acceleration, which is the derivative ... Of course, this is not how a manual transmission is actually used. From a stop, the engine is revved up and the clutch is slipped until the cara#39;s speed is large enough to fully engage.
|Title||:||Fast Car Physics|
|Publisher||:||JHU Press - 2011-01-24|