Analysis and control system design of automatic transmissions

  • 16-Jan-2013 03:10 EST
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Dynamic Analysis and Control System Design of Automatic Transmissions, published by SAE International, examines how the fundamental principles of hydraulics and control systems are applied to today's automatic transmissions. The 216-page book opens with coverage of basic automatic transmission mechanics and then details dynamics and controls associated with modern automatic transmissions. Topics covered include: gear shifting mechanics and controls, dynamic models of planetary automatic transmissions, design of hydraulic control systems, learning algorithms for achieving consistent shift quality, torque converter clutch controls, centrifugal pendulum vibration absorbers, friction launch controls, shift scheduling and integrated powertrain controls, continuously variable transmission ratio controls, dual-clutch transmission controls, and more. Authors of the book include Dr. Shushan Bai, Joel M. Maguire, and Dr. Huei Peng.

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