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Max Horsepower vs. Max Torque

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Old January 12th 18, 10:36 PM posted to rec.autos.tech
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Default Max Horsepower vs. Max Torque

26 Şubat 1993 Cuma 23:07:00 UTC+3 tarihinde Mike Christensen yazdı:
> Max Horsepower = Max Acceleration
> also
> Max Horsepower = Max Force at the rear wheel
> However
> Max Torque at the engine -not equal to - Max Force at the rear wheel
> Power = F x v
> For any given velocity, the maximum force at the rear wheel (and therefore
> the maximum acceleration) will be achieved when the engine is delivering maximum
> horsepower (obvious from the above equation). At any other power level, such
> as the maximum torque operating point, which always occurs at a power level that
> is lower than the maximum, the force will be less as will the acceleration.


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