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Paper - Making Machinery Brakes
- Jan 19, 2017 -

Brake caliper The force applied by the piston to the diaphragm is called the Pedal Force. After the force of the driver's step on the brake pedal is amplified by the lever mechanism of the pedal mechanism, the power is amplified by the vacuum pressure difference principle through the vacuum booster power booster to drive the brake master cylinder. The hydraulic force generated by the master cylinder uses the fluid's incompressible power transfer effect to pass through the brake tubing to the cylinders and to use the Pascal Principle to amplify the pressure to force the piston of the cylinder to apply force to the brake pads. "Pascal's Law" (Pascal's Law) refers to a closed container at any position of the same pressure are the same.

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