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    Post up any equations you know or use while building a boat or engine. (Cfm, cid, prop slip, whatever, etc)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trigger View Post
    Post up any equations you know or use while building a boat or engine. (Cfm, cid, prop slip, whatever, etc)
    That would take pages and pages... and days to write up.

    Do you have anything you're specifically curious about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Budweiser View Post
    That would take pages and pages... and days to write up.

    Do you have anything you're specifically curious about?
    No. Was just trying to have a place for quick reference. If it had good content, maybe even be a sticky just to help people out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trigger View Post
    No. Was just trying to have a place for quick reference. If it had good content, maybe even be a sticky just to help people out.
    What you're wanting is already in the sticky threads. It's the same one Infomaniac posted a link to in post#2.

    Excellent thread for quick reference.

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    E=MC2 Energy
    F=MA Force
    P1 + ρgy1 + ½ρv12 = P2 + ρgy2 + ½ρv12 Bernoulli's law useful when working on carbs


    B = ρgVdisplaced buoyancy (extremely important when working with boats)



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    For B = ρgVdisplaced; do you tune the motor or the prop, or the hull based on the density (salt, temperature, etc.) of the water you are racing on that day?

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    One thing I did not see on Rex's list is Wallace Racing - Automotive Calculators - has some good engine stuff.

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