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FFT Drivetrain Losses Dynamic Calculator
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>> helps you find the lowest friction optimized drivetrain and gear choice <<
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DATA ENTRY
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Enter your current gear selection
Optional
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28inch635
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Current cassette ring/cog 17
Enter Current Cog not total capacity
Wheel Size 700c/29er622mm27inch630
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700c/29er622
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Enter current chainring (teeth)34
Chainring value looks ok
Tyre Size (in mm)
25672mm650b/27.5584
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if inner ring is less than this value chain-clipping may occur (cost 8+watts)
672650c571
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Enter your gearing type
2111.2mm26inch mtb559
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eg 1x 11 2x11Gear Ratio 1344 mm24inch S5547
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53 inches24inch E6540
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Cassette size (eg 11 speed) 11 StandardSize24inch Terry520
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Number of chainrings2 Standard Size
24inch MTB/BMX
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20inch Recumbent
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Enter your rear derailleur pulley size
20inch Schwinn419
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20inch BMX/Recumb
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Top Pulley Size (teeth) => 11 Standard Size
16inch Brompton
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Bottom Pulley Size (teeth) => 11 Standard Size
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BEARINGS AND CHAIN CONDITION
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Enter your Bearing Quality (range 1-10)
1 - 10 scale (see tab 2)
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1 = Best Ceramic | 2 = Best Quality Steel | 3 = Quality Aftermarket | 4 = Decent or Top groupset | | 5 = Fair quality (eg cheap groupset)
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6 = Low quality (or dirty or worn) | 7 = Low quality & dirty & worn | 8 = slightly rusty | 9 = horribly worn | 10 = almost seized |
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Bottom bracket (use code) =>
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Quality Aftermarket (eg Hawk racing; Enduro)
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Pedal bearings (use code) => 4
Decent or Top groupset (eg 105, dura-ace, Sram Red) |
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Jockey wheels (use code) => 4
Decent or Top groupset (eg 105, dura-ace, Sram Red) |
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About Your Chain [see tab 3]
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f
Confess your chain condition
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1 - 12 scale (see tab 3)
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1= ultrasonic clean + wax immersion | 2 = degreased & waxed drip | 3 = as new + lube | 4 = good condition
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5 = good but fairly dirty & gritty | 7 = dirty & a bit worn | 8 = worn & a bit rusty | 10 = fairly worn & rusty | 12 = very rusty
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ADVANCED DATA ENTRY
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g
Enter usual RPM
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Cadance value looks ok
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Enter usual Watts when riding
220 Watt value looks ok
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RESULTS
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Watts of friction for RearDerall & Chainset
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Articulation0.94
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Total0.94watts
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7.5%of drivetrain losses
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Watts of Chain & Cassette Friction
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Chain Articulation9.88 chain losses
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Cross-chaining0.00
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Total9.88watts
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79.5%of drivetrain losses
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Watts for Bearings
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Bottom bracket x 20.51
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Pedals x 20.30
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Rear Derallieur Jockey x 20.80
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1.61watts
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13.0%of drivetrain losses
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GRAND TOTAL DRIVETRAIN LOSSES
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your drivetrain losses
average drivetrain
best possible drivetrain
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12.43
watts VS
13.30 VS4.78
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bearing all = 4bearing all = 1
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equivalent to speed difference (vs average drivetrain)
0.06kph
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equivalent to secs over 100km (vs average drivetrain)
-18.8
secs over a distance of
100.0km
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