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You are designing a vehicle drive t

You are designing a vehicle drive t

You are designing a vehicle drive t

You are designing a vehicle drive train system and you have an engine/EM with 100kW power.
Vehicle has zero clutch and drive shaft losses.
Vehicle has only friction and churning losses
Vehicle has 5 speed transmission.
Vehicle has an open differential.
Vehicle is driving in a straight line.
Calculate the power at the wheel hub after friction losses in transmission.
Efficiency of different gears:
External Gearing 0.985
Windage Losses and Oil Churning
Approx. 15-20%

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This has zero to do with Engines and fuel engineering, this should be in the "Other" category.

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