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 Post subject: Virtual Dyno
PostPosted: Mon Sep 04, 2017 1:44 pm 
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I Say: Plan for tomorrow,Live for TODAY!
Vehicle: MY12 XT

Posts: 85
Location: Sydney
Car: Subaru Forester XT Premium
Year model: 2012
Engine/performance mod list: See Signature below.

Dyno: Virtual Dyno
Type: Mustang/Dynojet/VirtualDyno
Gear: 3rd

I have to say I was skeptical - but my maths and physics background says - YES. Here is the logic:
1) If you know the weight of the car - Mass that needs to move.
2) The speed of the car - Using RPM, gear ratio and wheel diameter.
3) Add wind resistance (i.e. drag coefficient).
4) Derive the acceleration of the mass over the time.

You should be able to reverse calculate the output at the wheels to move it over time......... Thoughts ?

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