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what is Acceleration Slip Regulation

Accelerated anti-skid control system

Accelerated slip adjustment, or accelerated stability retainer, as the name implies, is a control system that prevents the drive wheel from accelerating and sliding. The purpose is to prevent the vehicle, especially the high-powered vehicle from starting, to accelerate the wheel slip, to maintain the stability of the vehicle's driving direction, to maintain good handling and the most suitable driving force to ensure safe driving.
It was originally invented by Bosch in Germany. It was originally a German term and its full English name is usually considered the Acceloration Skid Regulation. Sometimes you will see a few abbreviations with similar meanings, such as Mercedes-Benz's ASC acceleration taxi control system, Buick's TCS, but in terms of function, it is always changing. Prevent the car from slipping when starting or accelerating. Later, the product made a lot of advances in technology. The name of ASR follows this.
Simply put, ASR looks like one or a few differential locks. It distributes the driving force of the engine to one or more wheels in an optimal manner, and the ASR is particularly advantageous on a flat road. The reason is the same as the reason why ABS avoids tire lock when braking. The main reason is that the force that the tire can produce is determined under the same load. In addition to the driving force for advancing the vehicle, the general tire should also produce a vehicle. Therefore, the turning force of the turning or the braking force for stopping the vehicle, whether it is simply generating the driving force, the steering force, the braking force, or the driving force and the steering force, the braking force and the steering simultaneously exerting force, generate the total number of tires. Under certain load conditions, that is, when the current emergency start causes the tire to slip, the force is determined, and this sliding phenomenon means that all the grip of the tire is used in the driving force, and therefore, the car can be controlled at this time. Since all the forces are used by the driving force, the steering force of the turning is lost, so the steering force that causes the vehicle to turn or maintain the direction of the vehicle will be lost, which may cause the direction of the vehicle to be unstable.
Acceleration zone for sliding adjustment and anti-lock braking systems
The difference between the acceleration slip adjustment and the anti-lock brake system is that the acceleration slip adjustment is to prevent the wheel from being locked while braking, and the anti-lock brake system is to prevent the car from slipping due to the sliding of the drive wheel during acceleration. The lock brake system is based on accelerated slip adjustment. After the expansion, the two benefitsbasic introduction
Accelerated anti-skid control system
Accelerated slip adjustment, or accelerated stability retainer, as the name implies, is a control system that prevents the drive wheel from accelerating and sliding. The purpose is to prevent the vehicle, especially the high-powered vehicle from starting, to accelerate the wheel slip, to maintain the stability of the vehicle's driving direction, to maintain good handling and the most suitable driving force to ensure safe driving.
It was originally invented by Bosch in Germany. It was originally a German term and its full English name is usually considered the Acceloration Skid Regulation. Sometimes you will see a few abbreviations with similar meanings, such as Mercedes-Benz's ASC acceleration taxi control system, Buick's TCS, but in terms of function, it is always changing. Prevent the car from slipping when starting or accelerating. Later, the product made a lot of advances in technology. The name of ASR follows this.

Simply put, ASR looks like one or a few differential locks. It distributes the driving force of the engine to one or more wheels in an optimal manner, and the ASR is particularly advantageous on a flat road. The reason is the same as the reason why ABS avoids tire lock when braking. The main reason is that the force that the tire can produce is determined under the same load. In addition to the driving force for advancing the vehicle, the general tire should also produce a vehicle. Therefore, the turning force of the turning or the braking force for stopping the vehicle, whether it is simply generating the driving force, the steering force, the braking force, or the driving force and the steering force, the braking force and the steering simultaneously exerting force, generate the total number of tires. Under certain load conditions, that is, when the current emergency start causes the tire to slip, the force is determined, and this sliding phenomenon means that all the grip of the tire is used in the driving force, and therefore, the car can be controlled at this time. Since all the forces are used by the driving force, the steering force of the turning is lost, so the steering force that causes the vehicle to turn or maintain the direction of the vehicle will be lost, which may cause the direction of the vehicle to be unstable.


Acceleration zone for sliding adjustment and anti-lock braking systems

The difference between the acceleration slip adjustment and the anti-lock brake system is that the acceleration slip adjustment is to prevent the wheel from being locked while braking, and the anti-lock brake system is to prevent the car from slipping due to the sliding of the drive wheel during acceleration. The lock brake system is based on accelerated slip adjustment. After the expansion, the two benefits

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