Torque Transmissibility Assessment for Automotive Dry-Clutch Engagement

@article{Vasca2011TorqueTA,
  title={Torque Transmissibility Assessment for Automotive Dry-Clutch Engagement},
  author={Francesco Vasca and Luigi Iannelli and Adolfo Senatore and George Reale},
  journal={IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics},
  year={2011},
  volume={16},
  pages={564-573}
}
Dry clutches are widely used in conventional and innovative automotive drivelines and represent a key element for automated manual transmissions (AMTs). In practical applications, it is fundamental to model the clutch behavior through its torque transmissibility characteristic, i.e., the relationship between the throwout bearing position (or the pressure applied by the clutch actuator) and the torque transmitted through the clutch during the engagement phase. In this paper, a new model for the… CONTINUE READING

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