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Increasing air velocity through F1 car diffuser

That's more aerodynamics. Faster the car goes, less traction time the wheels have on road surface per unit of surface area per second and more aerodynamic lift is gained against the car body. Thats ...
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Volume of air going through a hole with a temperature difference, and kWh of energy

One starting approximation can be using The air density difference as the driving force and equating the potential hydrostatic energy to the kinetic energy of the flow. Assuming h and P are equal on ...
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