Model, parameterize and test a vacuum booster. The model is used to generate the plot between applied and generated forces for the brake vacuum booster.
Model, parameterize and test a tandem master cylinder starting from manufacturer datasheet information. First, there is a brief discussion on the mathematical modeling of the system. Given the numerical data extracted from the datasheet, optimization is then used to determine remaining unknown parameters. The model is then simulated and the resulting push rod force - brake pressure relationship curve is compared with the curve provided on the manufacturer datasheet. Understanding the behavior of the tandem master cylinder is an important prerequisite to selection of other braking system components.
Model, parameterize and test a vacuum boosted tandem master cylinder. A model is used to generate the plot between the applied force and the generated pressures in the brake lines.
A simple way of modeling of the anti-lock braking system (ABS) and using it with the manual braking components. The model simulates for the open loop ABS and shows the response of the pressures achieved in the caliper disc brakes. This model can be utilized in sizing of the release valve, apply valve and accumulator for the hydraulic control unit of the ABS.
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