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Flybrid Systems

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In this presentation Dan Jones from Flybrid Systems will describe the design and development of Flybrid Systems’ high speed flywheel hybrid technology. Topics covered will include:
  • Short history of company since it started trading in January 2007
  • Description of Flybrid System’s products and their specifications
  • An outline of development progress to date
  • How the system effects an F1 car
  • Applications in other race series and for road vehicles
  • Q&A

Dan Jones is a Design Engineer at Flybrid Systems. Dan studied Motorsport Technology at the University of Hertfordshire, which included a sandwich year at Nissan’s European Technical Centre in Cranfield. After graduating in 2006 he went to work for Bentley Motors as a suspension design engineer before joining Flybrid Systems in June 2007.

Dan is also involved with the IMechE Formula Student event. Having competed in Class 1 in 2006 he has since been a design judge in 2007/2008 and a technical scrutineer from 2008 on.

This talk is part of the IET Cambridge Network - Lectures series.

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