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  • Electric clutches on the go
    The standard mobile clutch has two flux paths, called a double flux, or a four-pole design. Although many design engineers equate electric clutches and brakes with industrial applications, they also have a variety of uses in mobile applications. The electromechanical clutches' simple operation
  • The Basics of Electromagnetic Clutches and Brakes
    combines strength with magnetic properties. Copper wire forms the coil, although sometimes aluminum is used. A bobbin or epoxy adhesive holds the coil in the shell. Activating the unit's electric circuit energizes the coil. The current running through the coil generates a magnetic field. When magnetic flux
  • Wild horses
    , high-horsepower concept vehicles. At least for the near future, it seems, vehicles that can lay rubber will remain part of American culture. To be fair, Toyota announced that electric/gasoline-hybrid technology will show up on its Lexus RX 330 SUV around 2005. The company also premiered the Fine-S fuel-cell
  • 2008 Saturn Vue Green Line Hybrid
    GM showcased its front-wheel-drive, two-mode hybrid technology in its 2008 Saturn Vue Green Line. The SUV contains two electric motors, a gas engine, and four fixed-ratio planet gears. One motor usually acts as a generator to keep the nickel-metalhydride battery pack charged. But under load

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