booster brake

booster brake

[′büs·tər ‚brāk]
(mechanical engineering)
An auxiliary air chamber, operated from the intake manifold vacuum, and connected to the regular brake pedal, so that less pedal pressure is required for braking.
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In this paper, the mechatronic booster brake system mainly includes the brake pedal, push rod, the mechatronic booster, the master cylinder, etc., as shown in Fig 1.
A test platform whose brake system is modified to embed the mechatronic booster brake system is built for validating the control strategy.
Mechatronic booster brake mechanism: The mechanism includes a brake booster and motor drives.
In this paper, a novel mechatronic booster brake system with mechanical and electrical integration is presented, which can realize brake power assistance control more easily.