What is component? – Jenna Compono
Car components, the duct system components and the vertical component of the wing are the basic components of the Ferrari F40.
A new video released by the company gives us a first look at some of these components in action.
The video was filmed by Ferrari Technical Director Giorgio Viticci and features the production car’s design chief, Maurizio Di Cazio, as well as the car’s head of aerodynamics, Stefano Domenicali.
The video also includes a glimpse of the F40’s aerodynamic design, with the wings on the front and the tail fins on the back, with a few other details in the background.
The video has been viewed almost 3 million times and has generated a ton of interest on the F-blog.
There are three main parts of the car that Ferrari will be looking to improve upon: The wing is a unique aerodynamic concept that combines the aerodynamic properties of an open-air wing with the aerodynamics of a wing in a tubular form.
It has a high lift coefficient and an excellent lift-to-drag ratio with an efficient mechanism that will allow it to be usefully used in the upcoming F40-rear wing.
Another major feature is its vertical component.
This is the part that holds the main structural elements of the bodywork and is used for the main bodywork of the front wing.
It is a tubular system that is based on the aerodynamically similar concepts of the Caviar-Cabriolet and Mercedes-Benz AMG F1, and is also used on the Bergamot and Ferrari F1.
These structural integrations are designed in the form of a tug and a tube that allow the wing to travel in a bouncy way and stay up on the ground.
What are the components?
The duct system is the component that connects the front fenders and the tail finishes of the F40.
Its capacity is 100,000 square feet and has a weight of 300kg.
Here are some of the main components: A tweeter tubes have to work under a minimum weight of 300lbs and a speed of 100mph is required.
In order to keep the system in place during flight, the nose of each tender tube is mounted on the top of a protruding section of aluminium the top of which has an open section.
To keep the system flexible during the flight and for safety issues when flying outside of it, a double bump is installed to protect it from pushing inwards during flight.
A large head can also be used for stability and to help to balance the structure during landing.
Other component features include a wing and tail fin that are mounted on the roof of this truck that allows them to fly inside the fuselage during takeoff and during cruise at high speed.
More details about the components can be found in the company s F-blog post. Thanks to @TravisGibson for the tip!