My primary criticism (which is mentioned in the write-up) is the fact that your method doesn't account for translational drag. The latter accounts for ~80% of the aerodynamic drag of a bicycle wheel, which means that you have overlooked what is undoubtly the single most important factor defining a wheel's performance (assuming, of course, that it is strong enough to not fail during use). Is that how things are done in physics? Glad I stuck to physiology.ScienceIsCool said:Oh yeah. Go nuts! It was never intended for publication, so the only review its undergone (prior to being posted on my site) is having it read by two physicist friends. Have at 'er!