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Single Power Source For Both Power Steering And Power Boosted Brakes
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published February 01, 1972 by SAE International in United States
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Improved power brake booster designs and systems with redundant capabilities are anticipated to be required as a result of the new safety regulations for improved stopping distances, and indirectly, as the result of the new emission controls because of the potential loss of vacuum availability and increased underhood temperatures. In early 1968 it was becoming obvious to certain brake engineering groups that a new brake booster system with reserve capabilities for truck hydraulic brakes would be a requirement in the near future. Bendix, as a major independent supplier of power brake boosters, had more than a casual interest in this trend appearing over the horizon. As the result of discussions with customers and our internal analysis of various power booster systems, hydraulics, in the form of the Bendix Hydro-Boost system with an integral electric motor pump backup, was settled upon as one major approach to best serve the industry. This paper is devoted primarily to the design and operating characteristics of the Bendix Hydro-Boost Power Brake Booster Unit for trucks.
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CitationRunkle, D. and Grinbergs, U., "Single Power Source For Both Power Steering And Power Boosted Brakes," SAE Technical Paper 720913, 1972, https://doi.org/10.4271/720913.
- Searle Clark A. “A New Power Steering Pump for Heavy Duty Trucks” Paper 700881 SAE National Combined Fuels and Lubricants and Transportation Meetings Philadelphia, Pa. November 1970
- Markert M. E. “Disc Brakes for Heavy Duty Vehicles” Paper 720060 SAE Automotive Engineering Congress Detroit January 1972