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hello everyone...
i am a student of 11th class.i have got an assignment for cars..
I have got an assignment about the following topics!

*ABS
*difference b/w hatchback and sedan?
*function of moonroof?

Please help me in doing my assignment!
 

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Most passenger vehicles are coming out with, otherwise known as anti-lock brakes. Let's take a look at their design and function. ABS uses wheel-speed sensors, a hydraulic control unit, and a computerized electronic-control module, which is the "brain" of the system. When the brake pedal is applied, the electronic-control module monitors the speed of the wheels through the wheel-speed sensors. If the control module detects that one or more wheels are about to lock up, the module signals the hydraulic unit to control hydraulic pressure to that wheel(s). This varying of pressure is much like "pumping" the brake, but with the ABS system, the wheel that is locking up (causing a potential loss of control) is the only one being controlled. The rest of the wheels are free to roll. This maximizes vehicle steer-ability.



Originally posted by Kabir@Aug 2 2004, 01:21 AM
hello everyone...
i am a student of 11th class.i have got an assignment for cars..
I have got an assignment about the following topics!

*ABS
*difference b/w hatchback and sedan?
*function of moonroof?

Please help me in doing my assignment!
 

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thanks sir...
i have got the information about moonroof...can you provide me some more information about the abs..
thanx :)
Originally posted by symond@Aug 3 2004, 01:17 AM
About ABS
Most passenger vehicles are coming out with, otherwise known as anti-lock brakes. Let's take a look at their design and function. ABS uses wheel-speed sensors, a hydraulic control unit, and a computerized electronic-control module, which is the "brain" of the system. When the brake pedal is applied, the electronic-control module monitors the speed of the wheels through the wheel-speed sensors. If the control module detects that one or more wheels are about to lock up, the module signals the hydraulic unit to control hydraulic pressure to that wheel(s). This varying of pressure is much like "pumping" the brake, but with the ABS system, the wheel that is locking up (causing a potential loss of control) is the only one being controlled. The rest of the wheels are free to roll. This maximizes vehicle steer-ability.
 
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