October 15, 2020 at 12:56 pmmcoderonAnsys Employee
Welcome to the discussion page for the Aerodynamics Discovery Day – Final Design Challenge!
Modern F1 cars use a front wing comprising a collection of small wing elements and vanes to generate downforce to improve handling. The front wing serves the additional purpose of redirecting incoming air around the tires in order to reduce drag.
Just like in the real world, your designs will be constrained by a set of parameters. Your ultimate objective is to maximize the overall downforce on the wing while minimizing the drag. Try to find the highest ratio of downforce to drag.Viewing 0 reply threads
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