If excessive sweat lowers the electrical resistance of the skin and something freaky happen could a low voltage shock increase enough to do damage?
That is Nucking Futs!!!!
Excuse me while I go clean out my underwear and take a Dramamine for motion sickness.
I think this discussion of lateral impacts makes the most sense, more so than any electrocution theory.
RARules ... I am also trained as an EE (again FWIW because I have worked in IT for 16 years). Your scenario would be plausible except for the fact the
I fear more for the pit crews and first responders to accidents. They're going to be standing on the ground when they're touching the broken car. The
Yeah, the reporting on this is rather spotty (unfortunately).
I'm an electrical engineer, FWIW...
Cars are almost universally