“Simulating Formula 1 crashes in the start-section including the first turn”
Abstract – Crashes in Formula 1 are in- fluenced by certain properties of circuits. A computer simulation model, based on the Nagel-Schreckenberg trac model, is used to study the effects of acceleration, turn speed, distance and braking. The goal is to find unsafe conditions in a small part of a circuit. The results show that crashes are in- fluenced by speed but that there is no signif- icant factor that shows how or when a crash will happen.
CS Course: Research Methods
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