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RE: TR2-6 Brake performance

 To: "Randall Young" RE: TR2-6 Brake performance Mon, 21 Jun 2004 18:08:06 -0400 "Triumphs" i5LL8VOJ005344
 ```Message text written by "Randall Young" >Sure it is, in terms of distance traveled. Work is force (which is nearly constant because the coefficient of friction is nearly constant) times distance; the change in kinetic energy is directly proportional to the work done on the car. < OK, OK. A little misunderstanding. I'm talking in terms of elapsed time, you're talking in terms of distance covered. I guess we could always express it in terms of deciBells. One of the best leasons I learned in thermodynamic class was to work out the units first. If you get units of seconds-squared divided by feet-pounds-BTU's then the math will be wrong, too. Dave ```
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