What is wrong here. If I double speed drag will be 4 times higher. The engine needs to put out approximately 4 times more power. Energy consumption will be 4 time higher for a specific time period. However if it is a fixed distance I will arrive in half the time an the energy consumption will therefore only double. Now if I look on the formula E=FxS (energy=Force x Distance) the force will be 4 times higher and therefore also the total energy needed. //Thanks(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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