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Race Engine Technology - Issue 109

Highlights in this issue include the second part of Jack Kane's Reno V12 Turbo project and an insight into NASCAR's Cup engine energy audit. A dossier on the Volvo WTCC TC1 and the challenge of Snocross. A report from the ASI Engineering Show 2018 as well as focus articles covering con rods and water pumps.

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Issue 109 - March/April 2018

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - Why the sound of a race engine and the sensation of speed go hand in hand 
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - Pre-season insights into the 2018 Formula One powertrains, ECR Engines takes double NASCAR top honours, and more… 
  • Project: RENO V12 TURBO - Jack Kane presents the second part of his V12 engine project for the Reno Air Races, looking this time at some design details 
  • Dossier: VOLVO WTCC TC1 - Volvo’s factory racing team Cyan Racing gives Stewart Mitchell exclusive access to the details of its WTCC race engine development programme 
  • Focus: CON RODS - Matt Grant looks at the critical features of the interface between a con rod and its cap and how they influence reliability 
  • Insight: NASCAR CUP ENGINE ENERGY AUDIT - Dr Andy Randolph shows how to quantify the losses in a NASCAR Cup engine, and therefore reduce them to gain performance 
  • Challenge Of: SNOCROSS - Stewart Mitchell explains the particular challenges of snowmobile racing and how powertrain developers meet them 
  • Focus: WATER PUMPS - New impeller vane designs for centrifugal flow pumps are boosting flow rates while consuming less power, as Stewart Mitchell explains 
  • Report: ASI ENGINEERING SHOW 2018 - Ian Bamsey returns from his annual trip to this trade-only show with a round-up of new products for motorsport professionals 
  • PS: TWR/VOLVO BTCC I5 - We recall the development in the 1990s by Tom Walkinshaw Racing of Volvo’s 2.0 litre I5 for the British Touring Car Championship

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