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3883 results about "Brake force" patented technology

Linear actuator

A rotary shaft (3) and a rotation driven member (4) are so connected as to be capable of transmitting motive power when the rotary shaft (3) rotates relatively to the rotation driven member (4). A roller (6) gets displaced to a first position where a frictional force with an outer race (5) and the rotation driven member (4) decreases, thereby permitting transmission of a rotational force from the rotary shaft (3) to the rotation driven member (4). When the rotation driven member (4) rotates relatively to the rotary shaft (3), the roller (6) gets displaced to a second position where the frictional force with the outer race (5) and the rotation driven member (4) increases, thereby rotationally fixing the rotation driven member (4) with respect to the outer race (5). The power transmission from a brake apparatus (e.g., a parking brake apparatus) to an electric motor (2) can be hindered while permitting the power transmission to the brake apparatus from the electric motor (2) by using neither a worm exhibiting a relatively low transmission efficiency nor a worm wheel. In a state where the brake apparatus exhibits its braking force, the roller (6) receives the force from the brake apparatus and is thereby biased toward the second position, whereby a construction of a power transmission mechanism (50) can be simplified and costs can be reduced to such an extent.

Intelligent parking braking and auxiliary starting control method

The invention discloses an intelligent parking braking and auxiliary starting control method, which includes steps of firstly, initializing an intelligent parking braking controller and reading control parameters stored in a single-chip microcomputer, secondly, reading a vehicular speed signal V, a brake pedal travelling signal Db, an accelerator pedal travelling signal Da, a transmission gear signal Js, an ignition key door switch signal Key, an enable switch signal Button, a front wheel speed signal wf, a rear wheel speed signal wr and a gradient signal Sa, thirdly, invoking and performing an intelligent parking control procedure, an auxiliary starting control procedure, a parking brake automatic retracting control procedure, a long-term parking control procedure, an emergency braking control procedure or manual reset cutting-off control procedure according to the read signals and fulfilled response conditions, fourthly, converting the target torque of a motor according to the motor target braking force calculated from the control procedures, fifthly, calculating the target rotor current of the motor according to the obtained target torque of the motor, and sixthly, controlling the duty ratio of a motor PWM (pulse width modulation) driving control circuit according to the target rotor current of the motor.

Anti-lock braking system based on an estimated gradient of friction torque, method of determining a starting point for anti-lock brake control, and wheel-behavior-quantity servo control means equipped with limit determination means

An anti-lock braking system includes a friction torque gradient estimating unit for estimating, from a small number of parameters, the gradient of friction torque with respect to a slip speed, and controls a braking force acting on wheels on the basis of the friction torque gradient estimated by the friction torque gradient estimating unit. The friction torque gradient estimating unit may employ several types of estimating methods; e.g., a method of estimating the gradient of friction torque from only time-series data concerning a wheel speed; a method of estimating the friction torque gradient from time-series data concerning wheel deceleration as well as from braking torque or time-series data concerning physical quantities associated with the braking torque; or a method of estimating the friction torque gradient from micro-gains which are obtained when brake pressure is excited in a very small amount at the resonance frequency of a vibration system comprising a vehicle, wheels, and a road surface and which represent the characteristics of the vibration system. Further, there is also disclosed a method of determining, from the thus-estimated friction torque gradient, the limit of the characteristics of friction torque developed between the wheels and the road surface.

Brake control unit for railway vehicle

The invention discloses a brake control unit for a railway vehicle. The brake control unit comprises a brake control part and an axle non-rotation detection part which are electrically independent of each other. The brake control part comprises a pneumatic brake control unit, a wheel sliding protection unit, an MVB network communication port and a serial port communication port. The axle non-rotation detection part comprises an axle speed anomaly detection unit, an MVB network communication port and a serial port communication port. The pneumatic brake control unit can conduct brake instruction receiving, brake force calculating, EP current control, EP current lag compensation control and the like. The wheel sliding protection module can conduct sliding and locking detection, sliding prevention and locking prevention control, tread sweeping control and ATC axle sliding state output. The axle speed anomaly detection unit judges whether a certain axle is locked or not or whether the speed of the axle is abnormal or not. The independent axle non-rotation detection part is arranged in the brake control unit, and therefore the working current of a speed sensor can be independently monitored and reported to a vehicle diagnosis device, and the safety level of the brake control unit is increased.
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