|Category||Farming Simulator 15|
|Raymond Larson (unknown)||13.12.2015 18:26|
|I am wondering how Horsepower is calculated?
|Emil Drefers (giants.edrefers)||14.12.2015 16:26|
you can check the actual value by enabling the vehicle debug rendering by using the console command:
Note: the default vehicles are a bit overpowered, but just a tiny bit ;)
|Raymond Larson (unknown)||15.12.2015 16:06|
|Ok, so there isn't a specific way to calculate them, more of a trial and error till I get the desired amount?
Also, when checking with the console, do I need to put the tractor under heavy load to check max power, or just drive around?
|Tyler Lezotte (unknown)||15.12.2015 18:29|
Horsepower is determined by the torqueScale value.
If the vehicle's maxRpm value is 2200 and the last torque curve line is <torque normRpm="1" torque="0.72"/>, then the formula is:
torqueScale = HP / 225.5
If the maxRpm is not 2200, the formula is more complicated:
HP = (torqueScale * torquecurvevalue * Pi * RPM / 30) * 1.35962161
This link is where I got the formulas from:
|Raymond Larson (unknown)||19.12.2015 16:24|
|Ok, thanks guys, I believe those will help me out quite a bit.
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