Wednesday, July 21, 2010

SPESIFIKASI Mobil Bloodhound SSC | Kendaraan Darat Tercepat di Dunia

SPESIFIKASI Mobil Bloodhound SSC | Kendaraan Darat Tercepat di Dunia

Ground vehicles are believed to be the world's fastest land vehicles, Bloodhound Supersonic Car (SSC) was eventually shown. This vehicle is believed capable of quickly shot up to 1609.34 km per hour. Wow!

Bloodhound SSC is shown in the arena of the Farnborough International Air Show and has a length of 42 feet after previously only published in the form of images.

Bloodhound SSC, which is automotive projects that are monitored by the 3700 students, colleges, and universities around the UK this has a length of 8.12 meters with the end taper like a jet.

Bloodhound SSC the frightening strength was believed to be achieved because this vehicle has an aerodynamic design, and driven by a rocket from the Falcon which was then combined with the engine Eurofighter-Typhoon jet fighter is capable of spitting mad energy equivalent to 135 000 hp.

The plan is 'car' will be built by Hampson Industries, a company assembling the aircraft in 2011 and will undergo tests in England in 2012.

After that, the Bloodhound SSC will break the record for fastest land vehicles in Hakskeen Pan, which is located in the Northern Cape, South Africa.

The current speed record is held by ThrustSSC, which has the power to the 763 miles per hour or about 1228 km / hour for one mile (1.6 kilometers), which set a record in 1997 at the Black Rock Desert, USA.

Three people who aspired to abort record with Bloodhound SSC ThrustSSC apparently numbered only three people namely Andy Green who later served as the driver Bloodhound SSC, project director Richard Noble and chief aerodynamicist Ron Ayres.

Driver, Andy Green will try to sprint from 0-1609 km per hour in 42 seconds. If successful, Green will beat the previous record of 1223 km per hour is printed in 1997 behind the wheel of Thrust SSC.

"Seeing the EJ200 shot is stunning scenery, and marks an important milestone in the development of Bloodhound SSC," says Chief Project Engineer, Mark Chapman, as in its official release on Wednesday (07/21/2010)

"There are deep feelings on the whole team, that things began to become apparent, so the Bloodhound SSC is no longer just on the computer screen," he added