Race Car Design

Author: Derek Seward

Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education

ISBN: 1137030151

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 288

View: 5066

Based on the principles of engineering science, physics and mathematics, but assuming only an elementary understanding of these, Race Car Design masterfully explains the theory and practice of the subject. Bringing together key topics, including the chassis frame, tyres, suspension, steering and brakes, this is the first text to cover all the essential elements of race car design in one student-friendly textbook. Race Car Design: - Features a wealth of illustrations, including a full-colour plate section - Demonstrates the important role of computer tools - Uses dozens of clear examples and calculations to illustrate both theory and practical applications - Is written by an experienced author, known for his engaging and accessible style This book is an ideal accompaniment for motorsport engineering students and is the best possible resource for those involved in Formula Student/FSAE. It is also a valuable guide for practising car designers and enthusiasts.

Designing a Racecar

Author: Aaron Millar

Publisher: Cricket Media

ISBN: 1642620378

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 10

View: 4267

Before the race even begins, engineers and designers have already been hard at work testing each and every part of a racecar.

The Art of Race Car Design

Author: Bob Riley,Jonathan Ingram

Publisher: Icon Publishing Limited

ISBN: 9781910584101

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 192

View: 657

After building his first race cars out of southern Louisiana junkyards, Bob Riley quickly established himself as a leading light, if not genius, when it came to race car design. His first major suspension design helped Henry Ford II make good on his vendetta to beat Enzo Ferrari at Le Mans. Riley's first radical Indy car designs with its ingenious center hub mounted suspension resulted in A.J. Foyt's landmark fourth victory at the Indianapolis 500 in 1977. Since then, Riley has continued to be at the heart of the world of motorsports, working with its most famous drivers at the biggest events, including the Daytona 500, where his engineering helped Dale Earnhardt finally win NASCAR's marquee event. Americans love the "genius" angle like everyone else. They love winners. Sports stars are overtaking Hollywood these days in popularity. Racing readers are a small but predictable group and suspect the generation familiar with Bob's exploits at Indy would be keen on a book like this. They're the same age group pumping up the vintage magazine market and the collectible car market.

Advanced Race Car Chassis Technology HP1562

Winning Chassis Design and Setup for Circle Track and Road Race Cars

Author: Bob Bolles

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101444770

Category: Transportation

Page: 160

View: 4042

Updated with nearly 60 percent new material on the latest racing technology, this book details how to design, build, and setup the chassis and suspension for road race and stock cars. Includes chassis dynamics, spring and shock theory, front and rear suspension geometry, real world racing aerodynamics, steering systems, racing chassis software and all you need to know to set you chassis up to win races.

The Race Car Chassis HP1540

Design, Structures and Materials for Road, Drag and Circle Track Open- andClosed -Wheel Chassis

Author: Forbes Aird

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1440637938

Category: Transportation

Page: 128

View: 3083

This invaluable handbook on the structural design and science behind the race car chassis includes sections on materials and structures, structural loads, a brief overview of suspension and chassis design, multi-tube and space frame chassis, joining ferrous metals, stressed skin construction, and joining light alloys.

The Automobile in American History and Culture

A Reference Guide

Author: Michael L. Berger

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780313245589

Category: History

Page: 487

View: 9585

Presents a collection of bibliographic essays that describe the history, culture, and impact of the automobile and automobile industry in the United States.

The Science of Car Racing

Author: Karen Latchana Kenney

Publisher: Capstone

ISBN: 1476551936

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 48

View: 2468

"Describes the science concepts involved in several types of car racing"--


Computer-Aided Engineering Design

Author: Kuang-Hua Chang

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 0123820391

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 1234

View: 7746

e-Design is the first book to integrate discussion of computer design tools throughout the design process. Through this book, the reader will understand... Basic design principles and all-digital design paradigms. CAD/CAE/CAM tools available for various design related tasks. How to put an integrated system together to conduct All-Digital Design (ADD). Industrial practices in employing ADD and tools for product development. Provides a comprehensive and thorough coverage on essential elements for practicing all-digital design (ADD) Covers CAD/CAE methods throughout the design process, including solid modelling, performance simulation, reliability, manufacturing, cost estimates and rapid prototyping Discusses CAD/CAE/CAM/RP/CNC tools and data integration for support of the all-digital design process Reviews off-the-shelf tools for support of modelling, simulations, manufacturing, and product data management Provides tutorial type projects using ProENGINEER and SolidWorks for readers to exercise design examples and gain hands-on experience A series of running examples throughout the book illustrate the practical use of the ADD paradigm and tools

Datenanalyse, Abstimmung und Entwicklung

Author: Michael Trzesniowski,Philipp Eder

Publisher: Springer-Verlag

ISBN: 3658155477

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 409

View: 4792

Einmal Renningenieur zu sein, davon träumen viele Motorsportfans und -Ingenieure. Dieses Buch gibt einen Einblick in den Arbeitsalltag eines Renningenieurs. Es werden die verschiedenen Darstellungsformen von Daten und deren Interpretation beschrieben. Dieses Wissen unterstützt die Renningenieure, Änderungen an den Einstellungen des Fahrzeugs durchzuführen aber auch Fehlerquellen zu lokalisieren. Die gewonnenen Erkenntnisse sind aber nicht nur für das momentane Rennen wichtig, auch Potentiale für eine Neuentwicklung werden daraus abgeleitet. Zusätzlich wird neben der Datenauswertung auch der gesamte Prozess vom Datensammeln bis hin zur Komponentenauswahl beschrieben.

Mechanism Design with Creo Elements/Pro 5.0

(Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0)

Author: Kuang-Hua Chang

Publisher: SDC Publications

ISBN: 1585036501

Category: Computers

Page: 169

View: 9962

Mechanism Design with Creo Elements/Pro 5.0 is designed to help you become familiar with Mechanism Design, a module in the Creo Elements/Pro (formerly Pro/ENGINEER) software family, which supports modeling and analysis (or simulation) of mechanisms in a virtual (computer) environment. Capabilities in Mechanism Design allow users to simulate and visualize mechanism performance. Using Mechanism Design early in the product development stage could prevent costly redesign due to design defects found in the physical testing phase; therefore, contributing to a more cost effective, reliable, and efficient product development process. The book is written following a project-based learning approach and covers the major concepts and frequently used commands required to advance readers from a novice to an intermediate level. Basic concepts discussed include: model creation, such as body and joint definitions; analysis type selection, such as static (assembly) analysis, kinematics and dynamics; and results visualization. The concepts are introduced using simple, yet realistic, examples. Verifying the results obtained from computer simulation is extremely important. One of the unique features of this textbook is the incorporation of theoretical discussions for kinematic and dynamic analyses in conjunction with simulation results obtained using Mechanism Design. The theoretical discussions simply support the verification of simulation results rather than providing an in-depth discussion on the subjects of kinematics and dynamics.

Designerly Ways of Knowing

Author: Nigel Cross

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3764384840

Category: Architecture

Page: 141

View: 3908

The concept "Designerly Ways of Knowing" emerged in the late 1970s alongside new approaches in design education. This book is a unique insight into expanding discipline area with important implications for design research, education and practice.

Race Car Aerodynamics

Designing for Speed

Author: J Katz

Publisher: Robert Bentley, Incorporated

ISBN: 9780837601427

Category: Transportation

Page: 280

View: 7842

The first book to summarize the secrets of the rapidly developing field of high-speed vehicle design. From F1 to Indy Car, Drag and Sedan racing, this book provides clear explanations for engineers who want to improve their design skills and enthusiasts who simply want to understand how their favorite race cars go fast. Explains how aerodynamics win races, why downforce is more important than streamlining and drag reduction, designing wings and venturis, plus wind tunnel designs and more.

Product Performance Evaluation using CAD/CAE

The Computer Aided Engineering Design Series

Author: Kuang-Hua Chang

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 0123984696

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 564

View: 1609

This is one book of a four-part series, which aims to integrate discussion of modern engineering design principles, advanced design tools, and industrial design practices throughout the design process. Through this series, the reader will: Understand basic design principles and modern engineering design paradigms. Understand CAD/CAE/CAM tools available for various design related tasks. Understand how to put an integrated system together to conduct product design using the paradigms and tools. Understand industrial practices in employing virtual engineering design and tools for product development. Provides a comprehensive and thorough coverage on essential elements for product performance evaluation using the virtual engineering paradigms Covers CAD/CAE in Structural Analysis using FEM, Motion Analysis of Mechanical Systems, Fatigue and Fracture Analysis Each chapter includes both analytical methods and computer-aided design methods, reflecting the use of modern computational tools in engineering design and practice A case study and tutorial example at the end of each chapter provide hands-on practice in implementing off-the-shelf computer design tools Provides two projects at the end of the book showing the use of Pro/ENGINEER® and SolidWorks ® to implement concepts discussed in the book

Formula One: Made In Britain

Author: Clive Couldwell

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 1448132940

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 256

View: 4148

Formula One: Made in Britain is one of Formula One's last untold stories. As a centre of technical excellence for over thirty years. Britain is at the sharp end of the worldwide motor sport industry, and playing ever harder to win. Most of the sport's Grand Prix teams are based in the UK and many of them have British managers and designers who act as a showcase for the UK's skill base - past, present and future. The success of Britain's Formula One industry has gone largley unrecognised outside the close-knit world of the racing aficionado. Now, with Formula One: Made in Britain, Clive Couldwell reveals what makes this industry tick and why many of the world's players choose to come here. He explores Motorsport Valley, an area which covers the south and Midlands of the UK, where 75 per cent of the world's single-seater racing cars are designed and built, and talks to many of F1's leading lights. Winning in F1 depends on innovation and performance-critical engineering, and in this fascinating and insightful book, Clive Couldwell show how UK research and development are leading the world.

Race Car Chassis

Design and Construction

Author: Forbes Aird

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780760302835

Category: Transportation

Page: 128

View: 2258

The design and evolution of the backbone of any race car -- its chassis -- is covered here in thorough detail. While technical and of great value to racers and race car builders, this book is also of value to racing enthusiasts who want to better understand race car technology. Aird covers the evolution of chassis designs and explains how each design is best-suited for a specific style of race car and its internal center of gravity placement, load transfer, and weight distribution.

Racecar Engineering

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A


Category: Automobile racing

Page: N.A

View: 1219


Racing While Black

How an African-American Stock Car Team Made Its Mark on NASCAR

Author: Leonard T. Miller

Publisher: Seven Stories Press

ISBN: 1583229388

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 178

View: 562

Starting a NASCAR team is hard work. Starting a NASCAR team as an African American is even harder. These are just a few of the lessons learned by Leonard T. Miller during his decade and a half of running an auto racing program. Fueled by more than the desire to win, Miller made it his goal to create opportunities for black drivers in the vastly white, Southern world of NASCAR. Racing While Black chronicles the travails of selling marketing plans to skeptics and scraping by on the thinnest of budgets, as well as the triumphs of speeding to victory and changing the way racing fans view skin color. With his father—former drag racer and longtime team owner Leonard W. Miller—along for the ride, Miller journeys from the short tracks of the Carolinas to the boardrooms of the "Big Three" automakers to find out that his toughest race may be winning over the human race.

Cliff Allison

From the Fells to Ferrari

Author: Graham Gauld,Dan Gurney

Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1845841506

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 144

View: 7295

This book is the biography of Cliff Allison who started motor racing over fifty years ago with a little Cooper 500. Very much a countryman at heart Allison was not one of the party-going racing drivers but a driver with a huge ambition to race in Formula 1. With 100 photos, full history and complete race results this is a fascinating piece of motor sport history.