- APMotorsport Megane 3 Cup Development Write-Up
- Brake Disc Technologies: A Performance Comparison
- Computational Fluid Dynamics - Cooling Vanes and the Heat Rejection of an Automotive Brake Rotor
- Racecar Engineering Magazine
As a guest writer, a number of technical articles written by our director Jahee have been featured in Racecar Engineering magazine.
- Formula Student UK:
A technical review of the competition winning car from MoRe Racing, including interviews with Team Manager.
- Technology in Formula Student:
An in depth technical review of the innovate technology bought to the 2019 FSUK competition - suspension flexures, a ground effect front wing, rear wheel steering system, electrical powertrain solutions, mode decoupled suspension system among others.
- Technology - Suspension: 'The Suspension Bridge'
An in depth exploration of modern motorsport suspension technologies. Taking the reader on the journey of forces from the tyre contact patch, through wheels to structural components, touching on control arm configurations, kinematics and compliance before continuing on to springs-damper units and the objectives and considersations thereof. Further on, modern mode decopling systems such as FRIC are explained and finally, lesser known technology such as inerters.
- Electronics - Sensors:
A technical piece on the evolution of sensor technology and its utilisation in modern, high-level motorsport. Covering technology used to monitor and control the main vehicle sub-systems of powertrain, chassis and aerodynamics.
- Rig Based Suspension Development:
A technical insight into 7-Post chassis rigs and K&C (Kinematics & Compliance) rigs as instrumental tools in the development of modern race cars - how they are used and how the data they measured is fed back into the design process.
Web Based Articles
As well as printed content, Jahee has written technical content for the Racecar Engineering website.
- Tyre Dynamics
- Wheels and Suspension
- Kinematics & Compliance
- Springs & Dampers
- Data Aquisition
- Practical Application
These articles are being uploaded sequentially so please stay locked in to catch them as they go live.