Browse Publications Technical Papers 2013-36-0245
2013-10-07

ABS Development on a Vehicle with Air-Over-Hydraulic Brake System 2013-36-0245

The anti-lock brake system, known as ABS, whose the main function is to ensure directional stability and, consequently, the handling of the vehicle in an emergency brake application. Acting on the brakes, prevents the wheels are locked in extreme situations as well as in various applications on low friction floors. The most common applications found in our market are vehicles whose brakes are fully hydraulic or pneumatic. The purpose of this paper is to present all ABS development phases on an “air over hydraulic” vehicle, in other words, the front brake is acted by a hydraulic system and the rear by a pneumatic.

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