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Tuesday, March 04, 2008

Speed, Power And Destructive Force

The inter-relationship between speed, power and destructive force with fuel cost in terms of finance and waste can be assessed by considering several connected concepts. Essentially, big and heavy cars (4x4 SUVs). Generally, large lorries do not move at the speeds of smaller vehicles, but if they did and were involved in a high-speed incident, the destructive force would be almost unimaginable. Something like a tank shell in flight, but
the size of a house