I was wondering which would cause the horsepower to increase and why would it be that one.
Huh? Speed is something you GET from horsepower. Mass is something that horsepower has to overcome to get speed.
What are you asking?
Horsepower is just another way of saying much power
1 Horsepower = 756 Watt
And in mechanics P = F.v so independant from mass
Actually, 1 HP = 746 watts
And there are several different ways to calculate horsepower requirements. P = F × v is one of those ways, but what if F is itself a function of v ?
For example, in fluid drag, F is proportional to v2.
Oops sorry ididn't notice that careless mistake,
@SteamKing, P = F.v regarless of whatever F is, (ie function of anything) but that a great thing to point at
Is meant to write it that way to show that it is prop to the velocity, however in cases of gravity F depends on mass and in most other cases don't but it will always depends on the velocity.
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