270103k Parts Technician Hydraulic Brake System Fundamentals Material Identification and Calculations First Period
Figure 1 - Maximum stopping distances allowed under the conditions indicated.
Figure 4 - Stopping power. (Courtesy Allied Signal)
Figure 5 - Effect of weight on stopping power requirements. (Courtesy Allied Signal)
Figure 6 - Effect of speed on stopping power requirements. (Courtesy Allied Signal)
Figure 7 - Effect of speed and weight on stopping power requirements. (Courtesy Allied Signal)
Figure 17 - Increased system pressure and output force due to decrease in the input piston size.
Figure 18 - The total output force from the five small pistons is the same as the force from the single large piston.
Table 1 - Composition and wet and dry boiling points of brake fluids.
Figure 27 - A combination valve showing the three separate sections making up the one valve block.
Figure 28 - Tandem reservoir master cylinder.(Reproduced with permission of Ford Motor Co.)
Figure 29 - Master cylinder body and reservoirs cast as one piece (left)and a master cylinder with a removable plastic body (right).
Figure 30 - Exploded view of a master cylinder.(Courtesy General Motors of Canada Limited)
Figure 31 - Mechanical linkage of a master cylinder mounted on the bulkhead/firewall. (Courtesy Motor Information Systems)
Figure 34 - Different size brake reservoirs. (Courtesy Motor Information Systems)
Figure 35 - Master cylinder brake fluid switch.(Courtesy General Motors of Canada Limited)