Making Sense of Squiggly Lines

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The Basic Analysis of Race Car Data Acquisition by Christopher Brown.

Table of Contents Warning – Disclaimer Acknowledgements Preface Chapter 1 Introduction 1.1 – Data Acquisition System 1.2 – Channels 1.3 – Logging 1.4 – Data Display Types Chapter 2 Speed 2.1 – Speed from tire revolutions 2.2 – Speed from GPS 2.3 – Overlay 2.4 – Variance 2.5 – Data Alignment 2.6 – Braking 2.7 – Wheel Slip 2.8 – Cornering Speeds 2.9 – Straight Line Speed Chapter 3 RPM 3.1 – Over Revs 3.2 – Down Shifts 3.3 – X-Y Plot of RPM vs. Speed 3.4 – RPM Histogram Chapter 4 Gear 4.1 – Finding the Optimal Shift Points Chapter 5 Throttle 5.1 – Throttle Blips 5.2 – Average Throttle Position 5.3 – Throttle Lifts 5.4 – Throttle Application Smoothness 5.5 – Throttle Application – Ideal Line Chapter 6 G-Force 6.1 – G-Force Longitudinal – Acceleration 6.2 – G-Force Longitudinal – Braking 6.3 – G-Force Lateral 6.4 – G-G Traction Circle Chapter 7 Steering 7.1 – Line Analysis 7.2 – Car Handling Oversteer/Understeer Chapter 8 Track Mapping Chapter 9 Section Timing Chapter 10 Video Chapter 11 Putting it All Together 11.1 – Summary of Channels 11.2 – Strategy for Improvement Appendix A – Recommended Logging Rates Appendix B – Glossary of Terms Index

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