I am not sure how i should calculate the traction torque that act as a brake/resistance on the engine.
For example, the real wheels of my car spins, and lets say that each wheels return 3000 Nm of Force.
I am pretty sure that to transform that force in torque i need to multiply the returned force by the wheel radius right ?
So, for a rear wheel drive car for example, the Traction Torque that act as a Brake on the engine would be
3000 Nm * wheel radius + 3000 Nm * wheel radius = traction torque of both rear wheels ?
Right now, i am doing 6000 Nm * wheel radius.
I am a little bit confuse.
At the moment, my car traction torque is very huge and my car acceleration feel quite slow.
The car doesn't rev very well.
Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.