After the wing plane revolution on racing cars that began in 1966 (1968 in Formula 1) and the appearance of ground effect in 1977, aerodynamics took on a front line role on the track with winged cars, switching from traditional studies of resistance to advancement to the exploitation of negative lift in order to increase speed through the corners.
Raccolta di nozioni per meglio comprendere il lavoro d’officina: metrologia, cenni di disegno tecnico, ciclo di lavorazione, tracciatura, lavorazioni al banco, operazioni alla forgia, macchine utensili, fresatura, tornio, saldatura, ingranaggi ecc.
Computer-aided design (CAD) technology is essential for modern design and manufacture in the workshop. With software more practical, affordable and accessible than ever, there has never been a better time to learn how to get the most out of CAD. Whether you are new to using CAD or ready to try more advanced software, this practical guide gives a thorough introduction to the technology and how to greatly enhance design and manufacture in the workshop.
This fascinating book features 100 of the trademark cutaway drawings that have appeared on the front of Haynes car manuals over the years. Each cutaway is presented across a double-page spread with accompanying text and specification about the car in question. The book is lavishly produced and will make the perfect gift for any nostalgic car enthusiast.
The tuner car is the new hot rod: a smaller, sleeker, later model, geared up to go faster than the next car. And as always, when going for pumped-up performance and style it’s often critical--and difficult--to do it on a budget. That’s where this book comes in. How to Build a Hot Tuner Car author Scott Smith tells you all you need to know about how to build a tuner car right, and how to do it without going broke.
Exterior, interior, suspension, wheels, engine, driveline--it’s all here, from getting the parts to installing them properly. The methods may be innovative, the parts and process may be inexpensive, but the result is still going to be over-the-top.