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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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In [2] the durability of hydraulic brake hoses was numerically investigated.
System models, including the vehicle dynamics, tire, electric powertrain, and hydraulic brake models, are developed.
Country: IndiaSector: Motor Vehicles, Machinery/EngineeringTarget: Continental Rico Hydraulic Brakes India Private LimitedBuyer: Continental AG, Continental Automotive Holding Netherlands BVVendor: Rico Auto Industries Ltd
He then filled the cables connecting the wagons to the crane - usually full of hydraulic brake fluid - with ball bearings, giving the impression to an onlooker that everything was above board.
The hydraulic brakes had become stuck and it could not be moved.
His Anglo-Indian rickshaw has hydraulic brakes and there's a waterproof overblanket and hot-water bottle on board.
A number of companies, notably Essay International, Hydratool, LVD, Summit, and Wysong & Miles, can supply hydraulic brakes rated from 300 to over 1000 tons.
DETROIT -- Siemens VDO's Electronic Wedge Brake (EWB) has shown an average braking distance reduction of approximately 15 percent over vehicles equipped with conventional hydraulic brakes during recent driving tests on ice and snow.
Tenders are invited for sale of 1996 international 4700 / 4x2 gvwr 25,999 hydraulic brakes, auto transmission, stake rack, dumps, 17,200 miles.
It is equipped with two-wheel hydraulic brakes and simplified controls for safe use and ease of operation in moving materials through factories, distribution centers and other indoor facilities.
With 15-inch hydraulic brakes in manganese alloy drums this was a very modern sports car for its day and was extremely desirable, being available in two chassis lengths and fitted with bodywork by Vanden Plas or Ranalah.
Mark Connolly had disconnected the hydraulic brakes and filled them with ballbearings to make them appear safe.