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F1 car on the environment pollution?

ydtdong2010-01-24 03:01:54 +0000 #1
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ExtremeEngine2010-01-24 03:06:13 +0000 #2
1, air pollution,

In fact, that really this is not particularly serious. On the one hand displacement of F1 is only 3.5L, and the body is very light, fuel label are 97 + and a special purification, coupled with the engine companies went all out there to improve fuel efficiency, so it can be said that F1 exhaust definitely better than this ultra-Murcielago To run a much cleaner (Murcielago Displacement 6.5L). This is also the need for F1, since fuel efficiency is high, the oil contained in the same circumstances can be run farther, thus avoiding the frequent pit stops time loss. F1 engines are all among the most fuel-efficient engines, and it is closest to the ideal heat engine.

2, noise pollution,

this is the main. Spa track because of protests from environmental groups came close to being turned off, the reason is not the car with the air pollution, but the car engine noise.

An F1 car at full speed situation, the noise can reach more than 160 db, which is a passenger jet noise. I got to the scene to see F1 race is best to have earplugs for.

3, resource depletion

very serious. We can say that F1 is to be treated as consumables in use. Engine life mileage of only 2,000 km, finish the three games is almost abandoned. Body also from time to time because of Ð rub and damage, are also its place. Carbon-fiber body is always unable to do bits and pieces, like iron and steel, they were abandoned. A race (note not a) use out almost 8-10 tires, these tires are all of the tires were the largest component of natural rubber, are being run out of tire recycling companies, while the loss of part of the majority of caused by tires in hot sports car was melted to stay on track. So often we can see the track marks of a black so-called "racing line" is actually the rubber tire marks left behind.

In addition, F1 although a high fuel efficiency, but it does not mean that fuel-efficient, a race down the need to consume high-grade fuel is about 300 liters.

These are just the direct pollution, contamination not considered an indirect, such as the manufacture of tires, oil refining, manufacturing, pollution, carbon fiber components, etc., due to high demand, and the corresponding pollution also oh than low-purity products, the production to produce more more pollution.

Of course, the whole F1 pollution is still very small, because the global service of the F1 car is just over 30 cars.
akzo42010-01-24 03:17:15 +0000 #3
little oil of high purity, burning fully, it should be okay
tcwdzh2010-01-24 04:12:09 +0000 #4
pollution was very serious! And a great power, 100 kilometers fuel consumption of 60 liters! Have to catch up with the infantry fighting vehicles of the
8 8H2010-01-24 04:37:20 +0000 #5
1, air pollution,

2, noise pollution,

3, resource depletion
cipcd2010-01-24 05:09:42 +0000 #6
this is not spent 20% of the bio-fuel?
Sunrise2010-01-24 04:31:44 +0000 #7
Main is the noise bar

V8 engine, Hehe



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