emergency braking

аварийное торможение

Англо-русский словарь по гражданской авиации. — М.: Скорпион-Россия. . 1996.

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  • Emergency Brake Assist — (EBA) is a safety system in motor vehicles designed to ensure maximum braking power is used in an emergency stop situation. By interpreting the speed and force with which the brake pedal is pushed, the system detects if the driver is trying to… …   Wikipedia

  • Emergency brake (train) — This article is about emergency brakes on trains. For emergency brakes in cars, see hand brake. Driver s brake handle in a UK Electric Multiple Unit On trains, the expression emergency brake has several meanings: The maximum brake force available …   Wikipedia

  • Emergency warning system for vehicles — Telematics technologies are self orientating open network architecture structure of variable programmable intelligent beacons developed for application in the development of intelligent vehicles with target intent to accord (blend, or mesh)… …   Wikipedia

  • Emergency Brake Light — EBL, acronym for Emergency Brake Light, is a system of preventing against rear end impacts developed by Volvo.This systems works with the braking system of Volvo Cars by sensing the pressure and force used while braking. This system flashes the… …   Wikipedia

  • emergency brake — A braking system which is independent of the main hydraulic system. It can be used to slow or stop the vehicle if the primary brakes fail, or to hold the vehicle stationary though the brake pedal is not depressed. It usually consists of a foot… …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • Left-foot braking — is the technique of using the left foot to operate the brake pedal in an automobile, leaving the right foot dedicated to the throttle pedal. [ [http://www.team oneil.com/press4.htm Team O Neil Rally School Car Control Center | Press ] ] It… …   Wikipedia

  • Anti-lock braking system — An anti lock braking system (ABS, from German: Antiblockiersystem) is a safety system that allows the wheels on a motor vehicle to continue interacting tractively with the road surface as directed by driver steering inputs while braking,… …   Wikipedia

  • Cadence braking — is an advanced driving technique used to allow a car to both steer and brake on a slippery surface. In the past it would be used to effect an emergency stop where traction is limited, though for use in an emergency requires a presence of mind… …   Wikipedia

  • Dynamic braking — Norfolk Southern Unit #5348 with a Dynamic brake. The cooling grill for the brake grid resistors is at the top center of the locomotive. Dynamic braking is the use of the electric traction motors of a railroad vehicle as generators when slowing… …   Wikipedia

  • Engine braking — is where the retarding forces within an engine are used to slow a vehicle down, as opposed to using an external braking mechanism, for example friction brakes or magnetic brakes. The term is often confused with several other types of braking,… …   Wikipedia

  • DC injection braking — DC injection brake module [1] DC injection braking is a method of slowing AC electric motors. A DC voltage is injected into the winding of the AC motor after the AC voltage is disconnected, providing braking force to the rotor [2] …   Wikipedia

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