damper valve

damper valve

damper valve
A butterfly valve in an air duct. When the valve is open, the air flows through the duct; when it is closed, the butterfly valve is perpendicular to the airflow and does not permit any air to flow into the system. These valves are normally used in environmental systems and in fire-fighting systems. In the latter case, they shut off air supply to the combustion chamber in the event of a fire or an overheating condition.
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The system adaptively controls damper valve settings based on inputs from wheel displacement sensors and accelerometers, as well as from the chassis CAN bus.
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These include a modified rear damper set-up, front and rear damper valve tuning and a new rear spring design.
The Roadster shares most of the technical and specification features of the V12 Vantage Coupe, but some elements have been redesigned including a new rear boot lid and lower front air intake plus a modified rear damper set-up, front and rear damper valve tuning and a new rear spring design.
In this second edition, coverage has been expanded to include greater coverage of the variety of damper types found historically, recent developments in magnetorheological dampers, and damper valve design.
You can now order a damper valve tool with NSN 5120-01-452-3364.
The automotive supplier ZF Friedrichshafen AG has developed a new valve technology for its twin-tube damper portfolio by means of modern fluid analyses: The preloaded valve including a new preload element illustrates the entry into ZF's 4th generation valve technology - an evolutionary development of the standard damper valve.
It improves steering on slippery surfaces while a damper valve in the steering mechanism enhances accuracy during hard cornering, especially on bumpy surfaces.
The electric control of the damper valves will make it possible to vary the nature of responsiveness to uneven road surfaces.