A new aspect to formula student race cars that have shown up in the last couple of years, is the use of active/powered ground effect. This basically consists of mounting fans to the car, in order to suck air from underneath the vehicle, basically like a big vacuum cleaner. This will in turn give us better downforce at lower speeds, making cornering at higher speeds possible! Revolve NTNU is looking for someone to help make this concept a reality. The system will require the development of a brand new fan controller PCB. This PCB should be able to control the speed and power of the fans. For this, we need a person who’s interested in PCB design and embedded software development.

Deadline:
February 28 at 23:59

About the position

A new aspect to formula student race cars that have shown up in the last couple of years, is the use of active/powered ground effect. This basically consists of mounting fans to the car, in order to suck air from underneath the vehicle, basically like a big vacuum cleaner. This will in turn give us better downforce at lower speeds, making cornering at higher speeds possible! Revolve NTNU is looking for someone to help make this concept a reality. The system will require the development of a brand new fan controller PCB. This PCB should be able to control the speed and power of the fans. For this, we need a person who’s interested in PCB design and embedded software development.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact
Njål Rundereim
njal.rundereim@revolve.no

. No question is too simple or stupid to ask.

Njål Rundereim
Chief Electrical Engineer