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  • Top Ten Reasons to Go Hydraulic
    levels can also be controlled. A hydraulic ram can be programmed to pass through the work slowly and quietly. 9. Maximize Your Space. Hydraulic presses feature a compact design. A typical 20-ton hydraulic press is eight feet high, six feet deep, and two feet wide. A 200-ton press is only ten feet high
  • Engineering and Design Notes for Clutches and Brakes
    their exact functions as. applied to the particular system under consideration. 2. DEFINITION OF FUNCTIONS. There are several types of devices for controlling mechanical motions or functions. They can be classified as. purely mechanical in operation, or controlled by pneumatic, hydraulic, or electrical
  • Hydraulic hybrids boost fuel economy
    that the technology has the potential to save more than 1,000 gallons/yr for each urban-delivery vehicle. It is now being road-tested in Cleveland and Detroit. The design is called a series hydraulic hybrid truck. In it, a high-efficiency diesel engine combines with a hydraulicpropulsion system
  • The Potential of Switched Reluctance Motor Technology for Electro-Mechanical Brake Applications (.pdf)
    brake systems offer, when. a 20% to 25% change of the motor torque constant in a. compared against their hydraulic counterparts, the. motor with typical high-energy rare-earth magnets. A. potential for a more straightforward implementation of. second issue one has to keep in mind if specifying a PM
  • Effects of Brake Actuator Error on Vehicle Dynamics and Stability (.pdf)
    hydraulic and rear electric actuators, wil. become commercial y available prior to four corner. In this paper the effects of rear brake imprecision on. electric brakes; (i ) the fact that the effects of front brake. vehicle braking performance and yaw dynamics are. force imbalance are vehicle
  • Performance, Robustness, and Durability of an Automatic Brake System for Vehicle Adaptive Cruise Control
    a. powertrain torque control system and an automatic. brake control system. This paper presents a design of an. automatic braking system that utilizes a microprocessor-. Brake. Scanning. System. controlled brake hydraulic modulator. The alternatively. Radar Beam. qualified automatic braking means is reviewed
  • Electromagnetic Brakes Let Hospital Rooms Go Ergonomic
    to the patient's head. Ceiling- mounted systems provide additional flexibility, but can require expensive structural reinforcements to the building and leave patients with the uncomfortable image of a mechanical arm hanging over them. The hydraulic or pneumatic brakes used to hold ceiling-mounted systems in place
  • How to Choose an Electromagnetic Clutch or Brake
    . Typical Applications. Clutches Used With Hydraulic Pumps. Clutches Used With Water Pumps. Clutches Used on Compressor/Vacuum Pumps. Installation Procedures. Step-by-step Instruction. Troubleshooting. Clutch Will Not Disengage. Clutch Will Not Engage. Clutch Slips. Noisy Clutch. Mobile Models/Dimensions

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