How The Tesla Roadster Rockets Work – 0-60 In One Second?!



The Tesla Roadster With Space X Thrusters Will Out-Accelerate Any Car
How The Tesla Roadster Hits 60 In 1.9s – https://youtu.be/9Uca_jNh2M4
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How fast will the Tesla Roadster be? How do the Tesla Roadster cold gas thrusters work? How much will the Tesla Roadster weigh? What will the Tesla Roadster’s 0-60 be? How about braking distance, or cornering grip? Will the Tesla Roadster be able to fly? Using everything that’s been stated about the Tesla Roadster Space X Thruster package, we’ll deep dive into how the system works and what sort of performance metrics you can expect to see as a result.

The Tesla Roadster will use an electric air pump, powered by the main battery, to compress air into a composite over-wrapped pressure vessel (COPV). The COPV will deliver highly compressed air (~10,000 PSI) to around 10 cold gas thrusters integrated around the vehicle. This cold gas thrusters will allow for incredible acceleration, braking, cornering, and potentially even the ability to fly.

Thrust Equation Derivation: (See equation 6)
https://web.stanford.edu/~cantwell/AA103_Course_Material/RocketPerformanceNotes_J_Dyer.pdf
Base Equation Derivation – https://youtu.be/UwVgDge8BVE
Specific Impulse – https://youtu.be/95ROPl-ZObk

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