|Category||Farming Simulator 19|
|Krkz-oyun Hastası Gaming (ardakrkz68)||24.08.2021 23:04|
|Hello, how can I increase the traction / power of the tractor from the tire settings or another place? Thanks..
|Bilbo Beutlin (BBeutlin)||24.08.2021 23:37|
|The engine power is determined by <motor torqueScale=..
You can calculate approximately at <torque normRpm="0.72" torque="1"/> torqueScale = hp / 225.5
Any other effect is resulting physics only: wheels/tires, differential.
|Krkz-oyun Hastası Gaming (ardakrkz68)||24.08.2021 23:40|
|(excluding torque settings)
|Bilbo Beutlin (BBeutlin)||25.08.2021 07:01|
|The FS is based on slightly simplified but basic physical laws. So "increase power" inevitably means increase torque. A change in torque due to gearing is not taken into account. This is simulated by the <torque> table.
Some minor influence in FS have:
- A smaller wheel diameter increases the effective torque to the ground, but slows down the vehicle.
- The tire friction may give more traction, but it cannot enhance the effective torque.
- The differential determines merely the distribution to the driven wheels.
So if you want to "increase the traction / power of the tractor" there's no other effective way than <motor torqueScale=..
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