curved space creative leads the industry in interactive vehicle applications such as the one we created for Porsche: itunes.apple.com/us/app/porsche-vehicle-delivery/id883657264?mt=8

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    • TheArabPilot
      TheArabPilot

      How does the piston have the ability to compress the mixture initially? Does it use electricity from the battery?

      about 8 hours ago
    • Karsen Roberts
      Karsen Roberts

      “All toyota engines bigger than 4 cylinders are in a V layout”

      Ever heard of a 2JZ? lol

      about 4 days ago
    • Moses Laruni
      Moses Laruni

      Am a auto electric man

      about 6 days ago
    • Diamond Deshay
      Diamond Deshay

      Good knowledge

      about 10 days ago
    • ATVER Gaming
      ATVER Gaming

      So what makes the wheels move?

      about 12 days ago
    • allegroracing
      allegroracing In reply to ATVER Gaming

      See my video "how a differential works."

      about 11 days ago
    • Suar 99x2
      Suar 99x2

      I need to know when engine has high rotation but tyres dont rotate where the energy transfered?

      about 13 days ago
    • allegroracing
      allegroracing In reply to Suar 99x2

      That is all transmissoin and clutch or torque converter. The engine is only connected to the wheels by a transmission and differential and totally disconnected or connected from driving the wheels by a clutch or torque converter.

      about 12 days ago
    • Sandro Jurisic
      Sandro Jurisic

      What is the difference between connecting rods and piston rods??couse in school they teach us that those are 2 different things but i this video the connecting rod is the same thing as the piston rod in other very similar video???!?!???!help pls

      about 17 days ago
    • Sandro Jurisic
      Sandro Jurisic In reply to Sandro Jurisic

      +allegroracing thank you man

      about 17 days ago
    • allegroracing
      allegroracing In reply to Sandro Jurisic

      Exact same thing, different term.

      about 17 days ago
    • Emma Zampa
      Emma Zampa

      where to download 3d models/

      about 20 days ago
    • J P
      J P

      That's not how you calculate displacement.

      *COMMON EXAMPLE*
      350 Chevy
      Bore: 4.000 inch
      Stroke: 3.480 inch

      (Pi*R^2)*stroke*cylinders

      Radius= 1/2 bore

      (Pi*2^2)*stroke*cylinders

      (Pi*4)*stroke*cylinders

      Pi=3.14159

      (3.14159*4)*stroke*cylinders

      12.56636*stroke*cylinders

      12.56636*3.48*cylinders

      43.7309328*cylinders

      43.7309328*8

      349.8474624


      He mentions producing torque at low RPM vs Horsepower at high RPM.

      First, we must understand torque.

      Torque is a measure of rotational force at the crankshaft. 100lb/ft means a force that will move 100lbs a distance of 1ft.

      Next, we must understand horsepower.

      Idiots think HP is a measure of an actual fucking horse pulling a weight with a rope and pulleys.
      *These are the stupidest motherfuckers alive and they should not be allowed to breed*

      *Horsepower is not a real number.*
      Horsepower is *only* a mathematical function of torque.

      HP=(TQ*RPM)/5252

      Pull up any dyno chart. At what point do the lines for torque and horsepower intersect? At 5,252 RPM.

      Do the math yourself

      Let's assume an engine that makes peak torque at 2000RPM. It makes 100lb/ft

      HP=(100*2,000)/5252
      HP=200,000/5,252
      HP=38.0807311500

      Let's assume the torque curve is relatively flat. We make our peak HP at say 5,500RPM. Our engine is making 90lb/ft at this point

      HP=(90*5,500)/5,252
      HP=495,000/5,252
      HP=94.2498095963

      Let's assume 85lb/ft@6,000RPM

      (85*6000)/5252

      97.1058644325

      60lb/ft@8,500RPM

      (60*8,000)/5252

      91.3937547600

      At this point, power starts to fall off due to torque falling off.


      Suppose our torque curve stays much flatter. Our peak remains 100@2,000. Imagine 70lb/ft@8,000RPM

      (70*8,000)/5252
      106.626047220

      Here we see that we can pick up more Horsepower at higher RPM, even though torque has dropped off.



      Racers describe it this way:
      Horsepower is how hard you hit the wall
      Torque is how far you drag the wall with you

      It's all just simple arithmetic, folks

      about 23 days ago
    • Ismael Diaz
      Ismael Diaz

      does anybody here knows what kind of program he used for the simulation and design ?

      about 28 days ago
    • Alex Afa
      Alex Afa

      I was so sleepy watching this

      about 28 days ago
    • Kevin Rodriguez
      Kevin Rodriguez

      Mechanical engines, like mechanical watches. What's not to love?

      about 1 month ago
    • Md. Maniruzzaman
      Md. Maniruzzaman

      how can i work engine related workshop?

      about 1 month ago
    • Aditya Shukla
      Aditya Shukla

      Automobile blog https://autoqurious.blogspot.com

      about 1 month ago
    • Hamza Deniz
      Hamza Deniz

      shouldnt have turned off anti aliasing

      about 1 month ago
    • hexlgaming
      hexlgaming

      Now this truly fascinating. A perfect example that learning really can still make fun & joy..

      about 1 month ago
    • ToxicReaper107
      ToxicReaper107

      Add supra to forza

      about 1 month ago
    • BlueSpades
      BlueSpades

      I dont know why, but I feel like I learn better if I do my own research than if I'm at a classroom and the teacher is going through notes over the same exact topic... Though, there are definitely more benefits to being in a automotive classroom environment since you have CERTIFIED automotive technicians and probably much more access to cars and shop equipment, that you normally wouldn't have as much of... I like being in the classroom just as much as taking the time to try and learn something on my own, but I feel that classrooms are just too fast pased for me, especially for a topic this complex.

      I also feel like if I finally do get a vehicle for me to work on as my own vehicle, my education and motivation to learn will more than likely skyrocket because I can finally put the information to use, and it matters more since its MY VEHICLE and I'll become much more familiar with it instead of working on different cars all the time...

      But that's just me...

      about 1 month ago
    • Daood Zaid
      Daood Zaid

      When crank shaft rotates 360 degree it completed four stroke suction compression combustion exhaust

      about 1 month ago
    • Mariner Rony
      Mariner Rony

      COOL ♥♥♥

      about 1 month ago
    • Mariner Rony
      Mariner Rony

      COOL ♥♥♥

      about 1 month ago
    • arpit parekh
      arpit parekh

      0:50 what are you doing here along with Spark Plug?

      about 1 month ago
    • Martin Acosta
      Martin Acosta

      how does the dual independent vvt-i works? because they look like they are bound to each other by the belt?
      awesome video by do way, i sort of knew this but your explanation is amazing

      about 1 month ago
    • Constipated Duckling
      Constipated Duckling

      This video was sponsored by: Toyota, lets go places!

      about 2 months ago
    • Joltee Awn
      Joltee Awn

      My car engine is wrecked. I bet I can fix it...

      about 2 months ago
    • james souphan
      james souphan

      which animation software

      about 2 months ago
    • kawaii JP
      kawaii JP

      isn't this amazing?

      about 2 months ago
    • salman kukku
      salman kukku

      Great

      about 2 months ago
    • Erscii
      Erscii

      But, how that things can make tyres do rotation? How car system can convert compression power into movement? Please give me reference, i have no idea

      about 2 months ago
    • Salman Salmanz
      Salman Salmanz

      wait cars runs on air where is the fuel part?

      about 2 months ago