LOW COST ANTILOCK BRAKING SYSTEM (ABS)

ABSTRACT:

The point is to plan and build up a control framework in view of breaking arrangement of an electronically controlled securely car wheel stopping mechanism. In light of this model, control techniques, for example, an ‘electronically monitored slowing mechanism’ (ABS) and enhanced mobility by means of individual wheel braking are to be created and assessed.

The non-freezing stopping device controller is otherwise called the CAB (controller electronically monitored slowing mechanism). An electronically monitored slowing mechanism (usually known as ABS, from the German name “Antiblockiersystem”) is a framework on engine vehicles which keeps the wheels from locking while at the same time braking. The motivation behind this is twofold: to enable the driver to keep up directing control and to abbreviate braking separations.

The solenoid controlled slowing mechanism is utilized for this undertaking. At the point when the brake pedal or Bush Button is enacted by the driver, the Solenoid Valve (Cut off Valve) actuates/deactivate the pneumatic stopping mechanism at the same time at steady speed. The braking is connected bit by bit to the vehicle, so the vehicle stops easily with safe.

PRESENTATION:

A current run of the mill ABS is made out of a focal electronic unit, four-speed sensors (one for each wheel), and at least two water-powered valves on the brake circuit. The electronic unit continually screens the pivot speed of each wheel. When it detects that at least one wheel is pivoting slower than the others (a condition that will convey it to bolt), moves the valves to diminish the weight on the braking circuit, successfully lessening the braking power on that wheel.

On high-footing surfaces, for example, bitumen, regardless of whether wet or dry, most ABS-prepared autos can achieve braking separations better (i.e. shorter) than those that would be conceivable without the advantage of ABS. A reasonably talented driver without ABS may be capable, using rhythm braking, to coordinate the execution of a fledgling driver with an ABS-prepared vehicle. Be that as it may, for a critical number of drivers, ABS will enhance their braking separations in a wide assortment of conditions.

WORKING PRINCIPLE:

The brake pedal or Bush Button was initiated at the season of any braking time. The Electrical Signal is given to the solenoid valve when the pedal/Bush Button is actuated. The packed air is going to the solenoid valve.

The solenoid valve is all the while initiated at the season of pedal/Button pushed. The packed air goes to the pneumatic chamber. The compacted air pusses the pneumatic chamber cylinder and advance. The braking task happened at the of solenoid valve initiated time. This actuation of a solenoid valve is the persistent process and a consistent and smooth with the goal that the smooth braking task is finished.

Another solenoid valve is deactivated at the season of pedal discharging time. Within the pneumatic chamber, air goes to the solenoid valve with the assistance of fumes port.

ADVANTAGES:

 IT REQUIRES SIMPLE MAINTENANCE CARES

 THE SAFETY SYSTEM FOR AUTOMOBILE.

 CHECKING AND CLEANING ARE EASY BECAUSE OF THE MAIN PARTS ARE SCREWED.

 EASY TO HANDLE.

 MANUAL POWER REQUIRED IS LESS

 REPAIRING IS EASY.

 REPLACEMENT OF PARTS IS EASY.

 NO OIL WASTAGE.

DISADVANTAGES:

 INITIAL COST IS HIGH.

 HIGH MAINTENANCE COST

APPLICATIONS:

 IT IS VERY MUCH USEFUL FOR CAR OWNERS and AUTO-GARAGES. THIS ANTILOCK BRAKING SYSTEM IS USED FOR SMOOTH BRAKING OF THE VEHICLES.

 THUS IT CAN BE USEFUL FOR THE FOLLOWING TYPES OF VEHICLES;

1) MARUTI, 2) AMBASSADOR, 3) FIAT, 4) MAHINDRA,

5) TATA

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