shock absorber


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picked one third equity in the Indo-Italian joint venture Sabo Hema Automotive India, a manufacturer of shock absorbers and suspension components, thus becoming a third equal partner.
When designing the suspension system of the vehicle, it is necessary to ensure optimal coordination of the performance parameters of the elastic element with nonlinear characteristic and the adaptive shock absorber of the suspension of the vehicle, as well as to implement an optimal control algorithm for the adaptive shock absorber.
Potential licensees in the shock absorber accessories industry are currently being targeted as candidates to eventually commercialize the Shock Latch on a worldwide basis.
Freudenberg Sealing Technologies has introduced a new high-performance material that ensures that shock absorbers can reliably do their job, even in extremely low temperatures down to -40[degrees]F.
if the outer cylinder of such a shock absorber is damaged, it does not influence the work of a shock absorber's piston and rod, and the performance of the shock absorber is not affected.
In a system that uses conventional shock absorbers and Pisco Flow Controllers, it is possible to actuate the initial cylinder stroke at twice the regular speed and then actuate the end of the stroke at the regular speed to reduce cycle time without increasing shock.
Therefore, speaking about the "ideal" performance, it should be noted that in most cases it is ideal only according to the shock absorber developer's or manufacturer's viewpoint.
The agency said Honda will replace a front shock absorber piston rod that in extreme cases might fracture, causing safety problems.
The parts of a woodpecker's skull (inset, top) are color-coded to match their corresponding parts in a new shock absorber (inset, bottom).
Even at a relatively low speed such as 30mph, a worn shock absorber can add up to two metres to a car's braking distance.
The move includes the closure of its Toronto original equipment shock absorber operation, and its Chickasha, Okla.
And that ability to infinitely vary the damping force within the jounce and rebound parameters of a shock absorber not only fundamentally changes the ride-handling compromise by increasing the suspension's effective bandwidth, it offers automakers the opportunity to standardize a platform's specification while customizing each model's feel.
In the Chicago incident, the National Transportation Safety Board concluded that mechanics at a firm under contract to United had installed a shock absorber assembly incorrectly, allowing the nose gear to turn sideways.
In a conventional shock absorber, oil is forced around the piston as it progresses down the bore, the space between piston and bore governing the response rate and damping behavior of the shock absorber.
Entry forms can be obtained by calling the Shock Absorber Challenge hotline on 0207 862 0078 or by logging on to www.