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THE READ FOR SPEED by Ned Erkman
CHAPTER 6


Engine Air Flow Requirement Calculations

The airflow requirement of an engine is primarily determined by the cubic inch displacement and the rpm operating range of the engine.


This formula is best suited for engines that are near 100% volumetric efficiency (100% cylinder filling). Technologically advanced engines that breathe better than 100% volumetric efficiency may require additional airflow.

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Ned Erkman
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power
Performance Principles of Power & Acceleration
Performance Power of Cylinderheads
Intake Manifold Power Production
Camshaft Power Production
Mathmatical Formulas
Power Calculations from Flow Bench Testing of Intake Air Flow
Engine Air Flow Requirement Calculations
Horsepower to weight formulas
Horsepower requirements for mph
Horsepower requirements for et
Engine size calculations
Piston Speed - Crankshaft Stroke
Horsepower to weight formula
RPM Formula - Gear Ratio and Tire Diameter
Engine Development

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