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Vortex rear of the car

WSDHD1234562010-01-24 06:01:39 +0000 #1
I am looking at game time, after the car will use the vehicle in front of the rear vortex overtaking, I would like to know, the tail of the vortex part of the resistance is not small? Also, whether he has traction effect?
seduce surgery2010-01-24 06:09:05 +0000 #2
traction is absolutely the role of -

the rear vortex Terminology do not understand the point of understanding of bar

cars will pick up speed when a gust of wind -

car rear air with the outside air is inconsistent -

If you stood on the road, a high-speed car through your side, you will feel a gust of wind!

The wind is followed by car is the way forward - there is a certain power -

After the car itself, there is no air resistance, plus the vehicle in front with a wind up!

All post-car on the very edge -

do not know say do not understand -

before the truck itself is a big drag, because there is no stop in front of something -

before the truck is equivalent to running against the wind

car rear create a forward momentum of the wind

After the vehicle on the road like the wind - so we will have traction effect!

The reason is that, but I do not know how to use terminology that -!

Principles of interpretation to understand it, but the truth is still ignored that!

I hope you can understand -!

Eddy is the vehicle in front of the wind with a strong traction in the forward momentum generated under the second!

To produce an inward rotation of the vortex - individuals understand that this is the -

because we see a plane wing in the clouds inside the vortex engine -

a circle, but no less powerful car! Basically啦


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Ebola Mimi2010-01-24 06:15:27 +0000 #3

I think that look at this video is easier to understand than the spoken
meiandy122010-01-24 07:23:24 +0000 #4
rear of the car, there will be a spoiler, deflector plate to the air to the top of the back should be a vacuum zone, there is no air resistance to facilitate overtaking. The role of a traction



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