hydraulic brake


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hydraulic brake

[hī′drȯ·lik ′brāk]
(mechanical engineering)
A brake in which the retarding force is applied through the action of a hydraulic press.

hydraulic brake

hydraulic brake
Aircraft brakes operated by the movement of hydraulic fluid under pressure.
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His unicycle is direct drive, no gears, so going downhill fast means pedaling fast or using the hydraulic brake.
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Because of cast iron's propensity to rust, most of the auto industry has switched to aluminum for hydraulic brake master cylinders, but this requires secondary machining.
3, 1998, to check the clearance between the hydraulic brake pipe and the steering intermediate shaft coupling.